The Facts: Jones and the Giants hope bigger is better. A statuesque 6-5, Jones weighed 220 pounds as a rookie. He did not actually look skinny; more so thinly-framed. Daniel Jones 2.0 is closer to 230 pounds. “He will look more cut-up,’’ Anthony Boone told The Post.
Diehards Line: For Jones, this was part of the plan. Boone, employed by the well-known quarterback training and development company QB Country, has worked extensively this off-season with Jones and has seen the results of extra time hitting the weights. “He’s done a good job of putting together a good physique," Boone said. Jones turned 23 on May 27 and his body will naturally fill out. He wanted to accelerate the pace. The results will be seen starting later this summer, when the more muscular Jones hopes to show bigger is indeed better.