Ranking the 7 most important NY Giants players on offense

Will Daniel Jones and Saquon Barkley power this team back to the playoffs this winter?
New York Giants Offseason Workout
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1. QB Daniel Jones

You probably could have guessed who's No. 1 on our list: Jones. Jones was playing for his future as the starting signal-caller of this team in '22, and boy did he deliver. Jones tossed for 3,205 yards and 15 touchdowns, while also showcasing his wheels for seven additional scores on the ground.

Daboll and Kafka played a huge role in helping Danny Dimes bring out his best. His strong campaign led to him earning a payday from the Giants, as he put the pen to paper on a four-year, $160 million contract earlier this offseason. While Jones has said he's not paying attention to the outside noise, he's still got to ball out in '23 and live up to his new deal.

Similar to multiple other NY players, Jones has been working tirelessly to get his body ready for the new campaign. He looks bigger these days, that's for sure. If the Giants want to reach double-digit wins this season and get back to the playoffs - and hopefully flirt with a trip to the NFC Championship Game - then Jones is going to have to be on top of his game this fall and winter.

If Jones takes his game to a new level this year with all the new weapons at his disposal, them NY really will be a team to watch. Danny Dimes has to be electric for NY.

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