Isaiah Hodgins gives Daniel Jones insight that will fire up Big Blue nation

Daniel Jones, NY Giants. (Photo by Stephen Maturen/Getty Images)
Daniel Jones, NY Giants. (Photo by Stephen Maturen/Getty Images) /

Now that he’s put the pen to paper on his new deal for the 2023 season, wide receiver Isaiah Hodgins is ready to have a big campaign for the NY Giants. Hodgins turned plenty of heads in 2022, building strong chemistry with quarterback Daniel Jones from the moment he made his way to East Rutherford.

Now, Hodgins wants to catch many more balls from Jones next winter. While Jones is yet to figure things out for his own contract, the expectation is he’ll be the starter for the G-Men and Brian Daboll moving forward.

So, just how good can Jones be working under Daboll in the future? If you ask Hodgins, he sees plenty of similarities between Jones and Josh Allen. Daboll did wonders working closely with Allen and the same is already starting to happen with Danny Dimes.

Isaiah Hodgins comparing Daniel Jones to Josh Allen is amazing to see

While speaking to Giants legend Tiki Barber, Hodgins didn’t hold back in describing what he has seen out of Jones. Danny Dimes, or Vanilla Vick, really impressed this past campaign, throwing for more than 3,000 yards and 15 touchdowns.

Thanks to his outstanding showing in 2022, Jones has no doubt earned a new contract from general manager Joe Schoen. However, everyone is waiting to see how much Jones will get. New reports suggest Jones could be getting around $35 million per campaign, which has fans pretty split.

However, there’s always the chance NY decides to use the franchise tag on Jones and pay him a little over $32 million for the upcoming campaign. Regardless, it’d be a complete and total shock to not see him back with the squad.

Having said all of that, Hodgins is hoping he can keep on making plays for Jones starting Week 1 next September. These two were electric with one another, including in the Wild Card Round win over the Vikings. In that game, Jones found Hodgins eight times for 105 yards and a touchdown. We can’t wait to see what these two will be able to cook together come next fall.