• Daniel Jones
  • QB
  • , New York Giants
  • 23
  • 221 lbs
  • 6' 5"
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Draft note
by John Paulsen
Jones had a wild rookie season. After taking over as the starter in Week 3, he had four games where he scored at least 28 points, and they were all on the road. He also had six games of 12.3 points or less, and five of them were at home. Jones is currently going off the board in the 10th round as a high-end QB2. He has dual-threat ability (22.8 yards rushing and 0.17 rush TD in 12 starts) and averaged 17.8 fantasy points in his 12 starts, which is what Josh Allen averaged as last year’s No. 7 quarterback. Jones has one of the better receiving corps in the league, including Darius Slayton, Sterling Shepard, Golden Tate and Evan Engram, to go along with Saquon Barkley in the backfield. He needs to work on his ball security (11 fumbles as a rookie) but has the upside that fantasy owners should be looking for in the later rounds.

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Scouting report

by Brandon Niles

NYG QB Daniel Jones - Week 17 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 17 vs. Philadelphia Eagles

Daniel Jones blew up against Washington last week. In a close victory in overtime, Jones wound up with 352 yards and five touchdowns, while throwing no interceptions. Jones was only sacked once on the day and has actually only been sacked twice in his last three starts after getting beat up for much of the middle of the season. Jones has shown just enough flash to keep Giants fans hopeful for the future, but there are still a lot of questions to answer next season before determining his long-term potential. This week, he has upside coming off a five-touchdown game, but he’s risky against an Eagles defense that wants to win and ranks seventh in aFPA to opposing quarterbacks. Outside of a deep-shot option in 2QB leagues, Jones should be left on the bench to close out the season.

2020 Strength of Schedule - NYG
W1W2W3W4W5W6W7W8W9W10W11W12W13W14W15W16W17
2
PIT
5
@CHI
10
SF
8
@LAR
20
@DAL
26
WAS
13
@PHI
16
TB
26
@WAS
13
PHI
BYE28
@CIN
17
@SEA
32
ARI
23
CLE
3
@BAL
20
DAL

Schedule difficulty based on schedule-adjusted, positional defensive ranking. Top DEF = 1, bottom DEF = 32.

2019 Game Stats
WkOppCompAttPaYdsPaTDIntYPAYPRRuAttYdsTDFumYPCPtsSnaps%
1@DAL3417004.255.6715015.00-0.85/697.2%
2BUF---------------
3@TB2336336209.3314.61428227.0032.265/65100.0%
4WAS2331225127.269.78533006.6012.378/78100.0%
5MIN2138182114.798.67312004.0010.569/69100.0%
6@NE1531161135.1910.7328004.005.250/50100.0%
7ARI2235223116.3710.14435028.7510.471/71100.0%
8@DET2841322407.8511.50413013.2528.274/74100.0%
9DAL2641210115.128.08654029.0011.872/72100.0%
10@NYJ2640308407.7011.85320016.6730.371/7298.6%
11BYE---------------
12@CHI2136150204.177.142270113.5014.760/60100.0%
13GB2037240136.4912.0056001.208.267/67100.0%
14@PHI---------------
15MIA---------------
16@WAS2842352508.3812.57312004.0035.370/70100.0%
17PHI2847301116.4010.75326018.6714.674/74100.0%
Per game21.8535.31232.851.850.926.5910.663.4621.460.150.856.2016.3863.54/68.5492.76%
Totals284459302724126.5910.66452792116.20212.98826/89192.76%
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