4 NY Giants who have impressed at OTAs thus far

These Giants have fans excited for Week 1 to get here.
New York Giants OTA Offseason Workouts
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1. QB Daniel Jones

Yes, it is OTAs, in which there is little contact and really little defense at all to begin with. However, this doesn't change the fact that Jones has performed rather well. Not to mention, the fact that he can even be on the field during OTAs after tearing his ACL in Week 9 of last season is impressive on its own.

Jones needs this time at OTAs to work with his new offensive weapons and get back into the groove of things, especially after his horrific play last season. Considering that the Giants can, and likely will release him after this season if he doesn't play well, it very well could be Jones' last chance to prove he can be the team's franchise quarterback.

The entirety of the Giants' chances of success rest on the shoulders of Jones in 2024. If he returns to his 2022 form, New York could return to the postseason before you know it. If not, Joe Schoen and Brian Daboll's jobs could be on the line.