Former Giants QB Has Exciting Predictions for Daniel Jones

David Kaestle
Daniel Jones before a game against the Philadelphia Eagles.
Daniel Jones before a game against the Philadelphia Eagles. / Benjamin Solomon/Getty Images

Daniel Jones had a promising rookie season for the most part. Starting in just 12 games, Jones would have been on pace to break the rookie passing touchdown record had he started the full 16. However, he did struggle with turnovers, notching 12 interceptions and 18 fumbles,

Heading into year two he has a new head coach in Joe Judge and a new offensive coordinator in Jason Garrett and former Giants quarterback Kerry Collins thinks Jones and Garrett will be a match made in heaven.

In a recent interview with the New York Post, Collins said:

“For a young guy like Jones, who has obviously shown a lot of ability, Jason is gonna help him immensely, with everything. He’s not just gonna be an X’s and O’s guy, he’s gonna talk about that position and what it means to be successful. I’m really excited to see that combination. I’m sure Jason is gonna be heavily involved with Daniel’s development. I just could not think of a better guy to have with Jones right now. His brains, the kind of guy he is, I think that match will be just absolutely phenomenal."

Kerry Collins

Those are some encouraging words to hear from a QB that made it to the Super Bowl. If Jones and Garrett can work out as well as Collins is predicting, than the sky is the limit for these two as the Giants look to get back to their winning ways in 2020.

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