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Daniel Jones
New York Giants QB
  • HT/WT
    6' 5'' , 230 lbs
  • Birthdate
    05/27/1997 (27)
  • College
    Duke
  • Draft Info
    2019: Rd 1, Pk 6 (NYG)
  • Status
    Active
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2023 season stats

  • Passing Yards
    909 0th
  • Passing Touchdowns
    2 0th
  • Passing EPA
    -48.8 0th
  • Adjusted DYAR
    -507 0th

Recent Games

Passing
Rushing
Fantasy
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DAL
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0-40
15
28
0.536
104
3.7
0
2
24
32.4
13
43
3.3
0
11
6.5
28
2
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ARZ
W
31-28
26
37
0.703
321
8.7
2
1
58
103.5
9
59
6.6
1
15
31.7
1
3
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SF
L
12-30
22
32
0.688
137
4.3
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1
18
64.2
2
5
2.5
0
4
5
31
4
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SEA
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3-24
27
34
0.794
203
6
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2
22
67
10
66
6.6
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17
10.7
24
5
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MIA
L
16-31
14
20
0.7
119
6
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21
85.2
4
24
6
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7.2
26
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BUF
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9-14
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35
7
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WAS
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14-7
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30
8
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NYJ
L
10-13
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39
9
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LV
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6-30
4
9
0.444
25
2.8
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0
9
51.6
2
9
4.5
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9
1.9
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STATS

Passing
Rushing
Fantasy
Current Season
108
160
0.675
909
5.7
2
6
70.5
40
206
5.2
1
63
Last 3 years
657
993
0.662
6542
6.6
27
18
86.2
222
1212
5.5
10
521.5
Latest News
Daniel Jones Likely In Make-Or-Break Year

New York Giants quarterback Daniel Jones has not lived up to his status as the No. 6 overall pick in the 2019 NFL Draft. Although he has a playoff win under his belt from the 2022 campaign, the rest of his career has been underwhelming. The Duke alum has thrown for 12,512 yards, 62 touchdowns, and 42 interceptions in his first 60 games and has lost 24 fumbles in his career. On the premiere episode of "Hard Knocks: Offseason with the New York Giants", general manager Joe Schoen said "This is the year for Daniel. Plan all along was [to] give him a couple years. Is he our guy for the next 10 years? Or do we need to pivot and find somebody else?" After a disastrous 2023 campaign that ended with Jones suffering a torn ACL, the idea that 2024 would be a "make-or-break" season for him was already in the minds of football fans. However, Schoen confirmed it. The 27-year-old will either sink or swim this season, and his dynasty-league value for fantasy football could see an uptick or crater to nearly zero. His pass-catching group of Malik Nabers, Jalin Hyatt, Wan'Dale Robinson, Darius Slayton, Daniel Bellinger, and Theo Johnson isn't pretty on paper, but he could be playing behind the best offensive line of his career heading into a pivotal season.

Source NFL.com
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07/03/2024 13:41
Daniel Jones Expects To Be Ready For Start Of Training Camp

New York Giants quarterback Daniel Jones (knee) told reporters on Tuesday that he expects to be ready for the first day of training camp next month, and his previously torn right ACL feels "really good." The 27-year-old suffered the major injury in the Week 9 loss to the Las Vegas Raiders, meaning he will have had over seven months to recover when training camp begins. Jones is heading into a make-or-break year after throwing just two touchdowns and six interceptions in six games last season. Although he has been disappointing in his NFL career thus far, he could prove to be a value at his current cost in Superflex drafts. The former Duke Blue Devil is going around the QB29 spot, and he can easily push for low-end QB2 production if his rushing upside isn't zapped by his knee injury. He rushed for 708 yards and seven touchdowns in his last full season (2022). If Jones has another disastrous campaign, the G-Men will likely replace him in the 2025 NFL Draft.

Source Jordan Raanan
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06/11/2024 16:34
Daniel Jones Has No Doubt He'll Be Ready For Week 1

New York Giants quarterback Daniel Jones (knee) said he doesn't have any doubt that he'll be ready for Week 1 of the 2024 regular season to face the Minnesota Vikings. The expectation all along has been that Jones will be ready to go for the start of the new season after tearing the ACL in his right knee in Week 9 of 2023. The 26-year-old also missed a game with a neck injury, but that issue is apparently behind him as well. The former first-rounder needs to show progress this year if he wants to remain the team's starting QB beyond 2024, despite signing a four-year, $160 million deal last offseason. Before getting hurt last year, Jones threw for 909 yards, two touchdowns and six interceptions, but he didn't have much of a chance behind a terrible offensive line. Jones has already been taking part in OTAs and should have full clearance by training camp. At best, Jones is a No. 2 fantasy QB in superflex leagues for his rushing ability.

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05/23/2024 14:28
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