Giants’ next opponent is a Daniel Jones cautionary tale

There is the ideal way to break in a young quarterback, blueprinted for Tom Brady and copied by Patrick Mahomes and Lamar Jackson. And there is the way the Giants are forced to do it with Daniel Jones. If the Giants are going to make a surprising playoff run, it likely will be on the...
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