Daniel Jones fought through a tough season
Just by looking at the New York Giants’ 2020 schedule it was obvious that they had a very difficult slate of games.
Well the proof is now out. Out of every quarterback in the league, Giants’ quarterback Daniel Jones had the toughest schedule of any other quarterback this season.
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This is not including the fact that Jones didn’t start against the Seattle Seahawks and Cleveland Browns, Colt McCoy did. If he had made those two starts he would have really been ahead of the pack.
With Jones not having a true number one wide receiver, an offensive coordinator in Jason Garrett that didn’t necessarily set him up to succeed with his poor play calling at times, a young offensive line that had it’s ups and downs and no Saquon Barkley, I think he did pretty well.
Jones finished the season with 2,943 yards passing, 11 touchdowns, 10 interceptions (many off the hands of Even Engram) and a quarterback rating of 80.4. He also completed over 62 percent of his passes. It really won’t be fair to judge whether he can be a franchise quarterback until he has enough weapons around him on offense.