2: Daniel Jones will continue to show that he is the QB of the future
In a season with his fourth offensive coordinator in as many years, a practice squad receiving core, and a mediocre offensive line aside from Andrew Thomas, Daniel Jones had his best season yet by far and has many fans excited for what the future holds with him.
What would make things even better, is a huge playoff performance out of Jones in the upcoming Wild Card matchup and potentially beyond that. Through 16 games, Jones completed 67.2% of his passes for 3,205 yards, 15 touchdowns, and five interceptions in addition to running the ball 120 times for 708 yards and seven touchdowns. Jones has been arguably the biggest reason for the Giants success this season and it’s time for him to be given the respect he deserves.
In the Giants previous matchup against the Vikings, Jones was near perfect. Yes, he threw an inexcusable interception, but he was borderline perfect outside of that and put the Giants in the position to win that game.
If Jones manages to replicate these results, minus the mistake, there will be almost no reasons not to bring Jones back for the foreseeable future, let alone if he leads the Giants past the Wild Card round.