The Facts: In his introductory press conference, new Giants GM Joe Schoen says of Jones: "We’ll build an offense to accentuate what Daniel does best.”
Diehards Line: At first blush, it's a pretty strong show of support for the team's starting QB. It's worth remembering that after Jones suffered a season-ending neck injury against Philadelphia on Nov. 28, the Giants lost their final six games. With Jones in the lineup, the Giants averaged 18.4 points a game. Without him, that number was almost halved (9.3). Given that -- and taking into account Schoen's comment, it's safe to assume one of the primary objectives in 2022 is for the Giants' to keep their quarterback healthy. The Giants scored an NFL-low 24 touchdowns -- 23 on offense -- and finished 31st in the NFL with an average of 15.2 points, 297.3 total yards and 188.0 passing yards a game. So there's plenty of work to be done and it sounds like Jones will be part of it.