Daniel Jones quote on the NY Giants competing with anyone is inspiring

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Bring on any team. It doesn't matter who the NY Giants will take on this season - quarterback Daniel Jones will be ready for the task at hand and he's not going to be intimidated by anyone that's on the schedule.

Jones made that much clear in a new interview with Ryan Dunleavy of the New York Post. Jones was asked about the upcoming campaign, Zach Bryan trolling the Giants and much more. The main takeaway from the talk has to be Danny Dimes' confidence leading up early September.

Daniel Jones has all the confidence in the world leading up to Week 1

"We’re confident, and we know we can compete with anybody. We feel like we made progress last year and took a step, but what we do from this point on, you start over. It’s about what you do now. We had a good spring, and we have to roll that into training camp and make sure we do everything we can.

Daniel Jones to Ryan Dunleavy

Just like last season, not a lot of people are giving the Giants much of a chance to make noise this campaign. Well, the Giants shut a lot of people up in '22, going 9-7-1 and reaching the playoffs for the first time since 2016.

Now, the Giants have added Deonte Banks, Darren Waller, Parris Campbell, Bobby Okereke, Jalin Hyatt and other playmakers to the roster. Jones is also going to be playing on his four-year, $160 million contract.

This young man doesn't need any additional motivation. Everyone and their mother has been calling Danny Dimes and the Giants out for the contract. Come Week 1, Jones can silence so many people by powering Big Blue to an upset win over the Dallas Cowboys in primetime.

This locker room is quite close and they're only going to build the bond even more once training camp arrives. Jones will be the leader for the unit as a whole. You can go ahead and keep on doubting the Giants: it's not going to have any kind of a negative impact on the QB and the G-Men.

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