4 reasons the Giants should be concerned about Daniel Jones this season

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Minicamp has wrapped up, which means it’ll be time for NY Giants fans to begin analyzing every move and every throw that Daniel Jones makes once training camp gets here. It’s a big year for Jones, who virtually gave the G-Men nothing in his first year of his massive contract extension. Despite what happened last year, it's a positive that he's back to full health.

Jones will be under plenty of pressure to perform in what could be his last year as a Giant if he doesn’t. Jones will look to return from an injury riddled bad season that was filled with more poor football. Jones will look to the 2022 form where he was a standout at the position and helped the Giants make a return to postseason play.

4. Injury concerns for Daniel Jones

The first reason is the obvious one and it’s the biggest issue that Jones has faced in his career. Jones suffered a torn ACL and a neck injury that completely derailed his 2023 season. The injuries led to Jones playing in just six games. Jones continues to rehab from the ACL injury, but is expected to be ready for the season.

Jones will then hope to do everything he can to silence his haters. After his abysmal 2023, not many people out there are giving him a chance to do much of anything this fall and winter. Jones has heard all of the negative talk, but he doesn't care about that. Instead, he's focused on what he can control. Come camp, we can only hope he and Malik Nabers can build a bond and have it transfer to Week 1.