5 Giants who were a total disappointment in 2023

These guys had '23 campaigns to forget for the G-Men

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1. QB Daniel Jones

After a strong 2022 season that saw the Giants not only make the postseason but win a playoff game against the Minnesota Vikings, the Giants decided to give Jones a four-year, $160 million contract. The decision from Schoen was controversial at the time, but it's now looking awful after what happened with his QB in 2023.

Jones played in only six games this season, throwing for two touchdowns and six interceptions. The former No. 6 overall pick missed mutiple games due to a neck injury suffered against the Dolphins, and then he tore his ACL in the Week 9 loss to the Raiders. Plain and simple, this was a year from hell for Jones on the field.

Even when he was suited up, Jones didn't look sharp, with his pick-six against the Seahawks being downright embarrassing. Because of how poorly he played, there's buzz that Schoen and the Giants could try and trade up to land either Caleb Williams, Drake Maye or Jayden Daniels. Jones' future as the starter for this team is very much up in the air.

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