Giants vs. Bengals Player of the Game: Daniel Jones

The New York Giants beat the Super Bowl runner-ups, the Cincinnati Bengals, in Week 2 of the preseason.

The 25-22 triumph brings the Giants to 2-0 in the preseason with another match left prior to they begin routine season play. Big Blue rested the majority of their offending ability beginners in this video game however one that did play was Daniel Jones, and he controlled.

Jones was by far the gamer of the video game for New York as he was a tactician on the field. Every pass he tossed had identify precision enabling the backup receivers to have no issue tracking the ball. The fourth-year quarterback led 3 (out of 3) drives into Bengals area as he ended up the video game with 116 handing down lawns with an 87.5-percent conclusion portion.

The Duke item did this all without Kadarius Toney, Sterling Shepard, Darius Slayton, and Saquon Barkley. Arguably the leading 4 playmakers for the Giants were missing out on however Jones still looked dominant.

While Jones did have one interception on the night, the blame needs to definitely not go on him. It was a precise pass that was regrettably stopped by tight end Daniel Bellinger which was unfortunately selected off by the Bengals.

Nevertheless, it was excellent to see Jones play so well as this is a make-or-break year for the quarterback. He will likely rest in Week 3 of the preseason however ideally for the Giants Jones can extend this play into the preseason, specifically when he has his beginning receivers and running back playing.


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