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

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2. Will there be an NY Giants QB controversy?

There should be no quarterback controversy when it comes to a player making $40 million per season, yet some people believe Drew Lock or Tommy DeVito can challenge Jones. That’s the last thing the Giants need. Jones will win this job and it is not up for debate or competition. Plain and simple, he's the best man for the job.

General manager Joe Schoen, head coach Brian Daboll and even Lock, who is the expected backup quarterback, have shot those rumors down. Lock is a solid QB with the ball in his hands, but he understands that his job is not to be the QB1, but to be a solid No. 2 option for this offense. DeVito proved what he can do last season as well.

For whatever reason if DeVito's number is called, the New Jersey native will do what he can to keep turning heads. However, that will only be the case if there are injuries to Jones and Lock. For Jones, we can only hope that he's able to stay healthy from start to finish this campaign.