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Would The New York Giants Be Better Off With Daniel Jones At Receiver?

Written by BadBoiCiCi

To truly understand someone, walk a mile in their shoes. In Daniel Jones’s Case, run a goal line fade. He doesn’t make it easy on his guys with his ball placement. So what if the Giants moved him to receiver? We know he’s fast. OBJ type hands, plus he’s six-foot, four-inches tall. They move Kenny Golladay to quarterback and Jones to receiver and see if he can throw a touchdown to him.

It’s important for them to build this relationship and see each other through a different scope. Everyone knows Kenny Golladay didn’t catch a touchdown last year, while Daniel Jones found himself two rushing touchdowns, so maybe Daniel is better. I’d argue he’s faster and if you say otherwise then you don’t look at advanced stats or you’re racist.

Daniel isn’t the future for the Giants at quarterback at this point, so to put the money to good use, when he gets benched this year, move him over to receiver and let him see how annoying it must be to run a route and get a shitty pass thrown over to him. 

“Danny Dimes” will turn into “Danny Dies” after one slant route a little too far inside. Can’t wait to see how this season unfolds for Daniel Jones and the New York Giants. Or see Daniel Jones fold and piss away starting quarterback money.

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