Daniel Jones haters are already overreacting to his contract and it’s ridiculous

Daniel Jones is getting roasted on social media following Sunday's loss
Dallas Cowboys v New York Giants
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The first game for Daniel Jones with the NY Giants after signing his new contract was a disaster. The Cowboys absolutely dismantled the Giants in every way possible and the Giants quarterback found himself lying on the turf more often than not. 

The G-Men were embarrassed at home 40-0. The offensive line had one of the worst performances in the history of Giants football. Jones was sacked seven times in the game. At one point Jones was pressured on 17 of 22 drop backs.

The right side alone allowed 17 pressures. Right tackle Evan Neal and right guard Mark Glowinski couldn't stop anyone all night. With the Giants suffering the mind-blowing loss, you've got to remember that the offensive line deserves plenty of the blame.

Daniel Jones haters need to come down following the Week 1 loss

Social media is an ugly place for the Giants right now and rightfully so after arguably the worst loss in franchise history. The Jones haters are out in full force dying to be right about his contract extension. They are already calling it a mistake after one game. Please:

The haters are pinning the entire game on Jones despite the play of the line. Everything that could have gone wrong around Jones did. To say that he has robbed the Giants of $160 million after one game is absurd.

Jones obviously did not play well, but he had no chance. It’s a miracle he didn’t get injured after getting hit and abused that much. The Jones haters will say head man Brian Daboll can only get so much out of Danny Dimes, they will say he’s overpaid, they will say he will regress. It’s all just noise and overreactions. Jones will respond, but the Giants have to hope the offensive line doesn’t completely derail moving forward.

The Cowboys are one of the best defenses in the NFL. It was an ugly loss, but from our chair, it’s not indicative of what Jones will be able to get done with this team moving forward. There’s so much football to be played and Jones will certainly bounce back. The Giants will need to make a ton of adjustments as they head to Arizona in an absolute must-win game, but we trust Jones to deliver for the G-Men.

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