5 main NY Giants talking points ahead of mandatory minicamp

Minicamp is here for the Giants and it will be an interesting few days.
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1. Will Daniel Jones fight off Drew Lock for QB1?

As of now, Daniel Jones seems like the obvious choice to be the starting quarterback of the Giants for 2024. However, it's been no secret that the team's front office has looked into moving on from Jones sooner rather than later. This could lead to some wild scenarios if Drew Lock outperforms Jones during minicamp and then training camp this summer.

According to Seahawks GM John Schneider, Lock was lured to the Giants with the chance to be a starter. While this has since been challenged by both Lock and New York's front office, you never know what might happen, especially if Jones doesn't play well.

Jones has looked rather solid during OTAs, but he's still had moments where he's ignored open players down the field for a checkdown. This lack of aggression has hurt the Giants several times over the years and cannot continue in 2024.

This potential QB competition could be fun to watch as minicamp begins. Lock isn't great, but he's shown flashes during his career that could lead to him stealing the job from Jones, especially with his aggressiveness. Countless people will be watching him and Jones over the three-day minicamp.