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Passing Yards
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Touchdown Passes
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Interceptions Thrown
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Passer Rating
FPTS
Fantasy Points
Jan 1, 2023 177 2 0 125.2 40
Dec 24, 2022 334 1 1 92.8 22
Dec 18, 2022 160 0 0 77.6 9
Dec 11, 2022 169 1 0 96.1 20
Dec 4, 2022 200 1 0 104.3 19

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Passing Yards
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Touchdown Passes
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Interceptions Thrown
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Rushing Yards
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Rushing Touchdowns
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Fantasy Points
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Fantasy Points per Game
2022 3205 15 5 708 7 34121.3
2021 2428 10 7 298 2 18516.8
2020 2943 11 10 423 1 20114.4
3y Avg. 2799 15 10 333 2 21616.6
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  • Giants' Daniel Jones: Disappointing end to season

    Jones completed 15 of 27 passes for 135 yards with no touchdowns and one interception in the Giants' 38-7 divisional-round loss to the Eagles on Saturday night. He also rushed six times for 24 yards and committed a fumble recovered by New York. Jones' final numbers underscore how difficult a night it was for him against the Eagles' stalwart defense, which sacked him five times and hit him an additional three occasions. Jones averaged only five yards per attempt with Philadelphia successfully taking away any possibilities of downfield success, making it a very underwhelming finish to an otherwise highly successful season. The fifth-year pro thrived in head coach Brian Daboll's system, throwing for 3,205 yards with 15 touchdowns and five interceptions during the regular season while rushing for a career-high 708 yards and seven touchdowns on 120 attempts. An impeding free agent at the start of the new league year, Jones may have done enough to earn a new contract in the Big Apple.
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  • Giants' Daniel Jones: Makes history in wild-card win

    Jones completed 24 of 35 passes for 301 yards and two touchdowns while adding 78 rushing yards on 17 carries in Sunday's 31-24 wild-card win over the Vikings. In leading the Giants to an upset win and the franchise's first playoff victory in 11 years, Jones became the first QB in NFL postseason history to throw for 300 yards and multiple TDs while rushing for 70 or more yards. His first touchdown, a 14-yard strike to Isaiah Hodgins late in the first quarter, gave New York its first lead of the game, while Jones' nine-yard toss to Daniel Bellinger early in the third kept the Giants ahead of the Vikes in the back-and-forth contest. The quarterback will now gear up for a meeting with the Eagles in the divisional round, a defense he struggled against the only time he faced them in the regular season.
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  • Giants' Daniel Jones: Active, but unlikely to play

    Jones is active for Sunday's game against the Eagles but is considered unlikely to play, Jordan Raanan of ESPN.com reports. Ranaan notes that Jones went out for an early warmup Sunday, but Jones looks like he'll be available only in an emergency with multiple reports having suggested that practice-squad call-up Davis Webb will draw the start at quarterback, while Tyrod Taylor likely serves as his backup. The Giants are locked into as the No. 6 seed in the NFC playoff regardless of the outcomes of this weekend's action, so head coach Brian Daboll's top objective Sunday is to come out of the game in Philadelphia with key players in optimal health. To that end, the Giants have made star running back Saquon Barkley, starting left tackle Andrew Thomas and standout defensive tackle Dexter Lawrence healthy inactives for the contest.
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  • Giants' Daniel Jones: QBs to Sit

    The Giants seem likely to rest their starters in Week 18 at Philadelphia since they are locked into the No. 6 seed in the NFC. Brian Daboll said he'll "do what's best for the team," which should be keeping Jones on the sideline. He's had a great season and helped plenty of Fantasy managers down the stretch, scoring at least 20 Fantasy points in three of his past four games. But the Giants shouldn't play him at Philadelphia since this game is meaningless, and the Eagles will be highly motivated trying to lock up the No. 1 seed in the NFC.
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  • Giants' Daniel Jones: Totals four touchdowns in big win

    Jones completed 19 of 24 passes for 177 yards, two touchdowns and no interceptions and added 11 rushes for 91 yards and two touchdowns in Sunday's Week 17 victory against the Colts. Jones came up big in a win that clinched the Giants' first playoff berth since 2016, as the quarterback not only posted an efficient performance through the air but also led the team with 91 yards on the ground. He tossed a six-yard touchdown pass to Richie James in the second quarter, then hit Isaiah Hodgins for another six-yard score later in the same period. Jones' final two TDs came on the ground, as he put New York up by 28 points with an 18-yard rush in the third quarter and ran in another score from 10 yards out in the fourth. Jones has already set career-high totals with 3,205 passing yards and 708 rushing yards on the campaign, with the latter mark ranking fifth among NFL quarterbacks this season. It's unclear how much Jones will play Week 18 against the Eagles with New York officially in the postseason and having nothing to gain with a victory in the contest.
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  • Giants' Daniel Jones: QBs to Sit

    I'm a little nervous about Jones in Week 17 since the Giants should win this game, maybe with ease, against the Colts at home. And Jones has been a mediocre Fantasy quarterback when the Giants have won this season. In eight wins, Jones is averaging just 17.6 Fantasy points per game, and he has four games with fewer than 16 points. By comparison, Jones has scored at least 19 Fantasy points in four of his past five games won or tied. Jones should be OK this week against the Colts, but he might not have a dominant game. As such, he should only be started in Superflex and two-quarterback leagues.
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  • Giants' Daniel Jones: Sleepers (Start/Sit)

    Jones had a solid Fantasy game in Week 16 at Minnesota with 22 points, and he's now scored at least 19 Fantasy points in five of his past seven games. While Indianapolis has done well against opposing quarterbacks for most of the season, four of the past six quarterbacks against the Colts have scored at least 21 Fantasy points. Jones is worth trusting as a low-end starter in all leagues as the Giants try to lock up a wild-card spot in the NFC.
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  • Giants' Daniel Jones: Big yardage in loss to Vikes

    Jones completed 30 of 42 passes for 334 yards and a touchdown with an interception in Saturday's 27-24 loss to Minnesota. He added 34 rushing yards on four carries. The 30 completions were a season high for Jones and his yardage total was second only to his 341-yard performance in Week 11 against Detroit, but the fourth-year quarterback also displayed his old issues with ball security, coughing up a fumble that was recovered by right tackle Evan Neal. Jones has failed to toss multiple TD passes in six straight games, managing a 5:3 TD:INT over that stretch, and he may not be called on to do too much in Week 17 against the Colts.
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  • Giants' Daniel Jones: Sleepers (Start/Sit)

    Jones struggled in Week 15 at Washington with only nine Fantasy points, but prior to that he scored at least 19 points in four of his previous five games. I like his matchup in Week 16 against the Vikings, who have allowed four of their past six opposing quarterbacks to score at least 21 Fantasy points. He's worth using as a low-end starter in all leagues.
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  • Giants' Daniel Jones: Sleeper QBs

    Jones struggled in Week 15 at Washington with only nine Fantasy points, but prior to that he scored at least 19 points in four of his previous five games. I like his matchup in Week 16 against the Vikings, who have allowed four of their past six opposing quarterbacks to score at least 21 Fantasy points. He's worth using as a low-end starter in all leagues.
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  • Giants' Daniel Jones: Uninspiring fantasy performance

    Jones completed 21 of 32 pass attempts for 160 yards, no touchdowns and no turnovers Sunday. He added 35 rushing yards on 10 carries in a 20-12 win over Washington. Jones produced the stereotypical game manager stat line Sunday, doing just enough to move the chains and protect the ball en route to victory. However, these types of performances do not move the needle in fantasy. It was the fourth time this season that the 25-year-old failed to record a passing or rushing touchdown. On the bright side, Jones gets to face one of the league's worst pass defenses in Minnesota on Saturday.
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  • Giants' Daniel Jones: Sleeper QBs

    Jones can be a low-end starter in all leagues at the Commanders in Week 15. He scored 19 Fantasy points against Washington in Week 13 with 200 passing yards and one touchdown, along with 71 rushing yards and a lost fumble, and has now scored at least 19 points in three of his past five games. We like rushing quarterbacks, and Jones has scored at least seven Fantasy points with his legs in his past five outings. This is a huge game for the Giants to remain in playoff contention, and hopefully Jones rises to the occasion and plays well in Week 15.
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  • Giants' Daniel Jones: Sleepers (Start/Sit)

    Jones can be a low-end starter in all leagues at the Commanders in Week 15. He scored 19 Fantasy points against Washington in Week 13 with 200 passing yards and one touchdown, along with 71 rushing yards and a lost fumble, and has now scored at least 19 points in three of his past five games. We like rushing quarterbacks, and Jones has scored at least seven Fantasy points with his legs in his past five outings. This is a huge game for the Giants to remain in playoff contention, and hopefully Jones rises to the occasion and plays well in Week 15.
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  • Giants' Daniel Jones: QBs to Sit

    Jones had a decent game against the Commanders in Week 13 with 200 passing yards and a touchdown, along with 71 rushing yards and a lost fumble. He scored 19 Fantasy points, and he's now been under 20 Fantasy points for two games in a row. This is a tough matchup for Jones against the Eagles, who are No. 1 in fewest Fantasy points allowed to quarterbacks. No quarterback has scored more than 18 Fantasy points against Philadelphia, and the Eagles have allowed 13 total touchdowns to quarterbacks with 22 turnovers (15 interceptions) on the season. Now, he is averaging 19.5 Fantasy points per game in four career meetings with the Eagles. But I would expect him to be under that total given how well Philadelphia's defense has played this year against opposing passers.
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  • Giants' Daniel Jones: Posts 271 total yards in tie

    Jones completed 25 of 31 passes for 200 yards with one touchdown and no interceptions in the Giants' 20-20 tie with the Commanders on Sunday. He also rushed 12 times for 71 yards and lost a fumble. Jones was able to connect with Darius Slayton for a 55-yard strike, but he otherwise primarily worked the short-to-mid-range passing windows throughout the afternoon, leading to a yardage total that is especially modest when considering the game went a full five quarters. Jones hit Isaiah Hodgins from six yards out for his one touchdown early in the third quarter, and although the Giants were forced to punt on six consecutive possessions, including the first two of overtime, thereafter, he did notch a pair of key completions to Richie James (14 yards) and Daniel Bellinger (three yards) to put Graham Gano in position to attempt a would-be game-winning 58-yard field goal, which he missed. Jones next faces the daunting Eagles secondary in a Week 14 home matchup.
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  • Giants' Daniel Jones: Held in check by Dallas

    Jones completed 21 of 35 passes for 228 yards and a touchdown in Thursday's 28-20 loss to the Cowboys. He added 14 rushing yards on three carries. The Giants were able to take a lead into halftime thanks to their defense, but Dallas took control in the third quarter and Jones' only TD pass of the afternoon came with a little over a minute left in the fourth with New York down by 15. The quarterback once again played a turnover-free game, fumbling once but recovering it himself, but the Cowboys' pass rush also gave him few opportunities to sustain drives. Jones will look for better numbers and a better result in Week 13 against the Commanders.
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  • Giants' Daniel Jones: Sit 'Em

    Jones is playing better of late, scoring at least 21 Fantasy points in three of his past four games, including two in a row. He passed for a season-high 341 yards in Week 11 against Detroit, but he also had two interceptions. Thankfully, he had 50 rushing yards and a touchdown. He has a tougher matchup in Week 12 at Dallas, and he struggled against the Cowboys in Week 3 with just 12 Fantasy points. In two career games at Dallas, Jones has combined for just 11 Fantasy points. The Cowboys have struggled of late, allowing two of their past three opposing quarterbacks to score at least 24 Fantasy points. But the Giants have offensive line concerns for this game, as well as just losing Wan'Dale Robinson (ACL) for the season. Jones is only an option in Superflex and two-quarterback leagues.
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  • Giants' Daniel Jones: Picked off twice in upset loss

    Jones completed 27 of 44 pass attempts for 341 yards, a touchdown and two interceptions while rushing for 50 yards and another score on seven carries in Sunday's 31-18 loss to the Lions. The Lions were keyed in on stopping Saquon Barkley (15 carries for 22 yards), which put added pressure on Jones to lead the offense back from being down big. The 25-year-old failed his team in that regard, but it also resulted in a season high in passing yards (341) to go along with his fourth rushing score of the year. Fantasy managers shouldn't expect this type of passing volume from Jones moving forward, especially on a short week against Dallas' elite pass rush on Thanksgiving in Week 12.
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  • Giants' Daniel Jones: Sleepers (Start/Sit)

    There have been five quarterbacks who have run for at least 20 yards against the Lions this season, and four of them (Jalen Hurts, Carson Wentz, Geno Smith and Justin Fields) have scored at least 22 Fantasy points. The lone quarterback who failed to reach that mark was Aaron Rodgers in Week 9 when he had three interceptions. Jones has rushed for at least 20 yards in eight of nine starts, and he has scored at least 21 Fantasy points in two of his past three games overall. The Lions also allow the most Fantasy points to opposing quarterbacks for the season, and Jones is worth using as a low-end starter in all leagues.
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  • Giants' Daniel Jones: Sleeper QBs

    There have been five quarterbacks who have run for at least 20 yards against the Lions this season, and four of them (Jalen Hurts, Carson Wentz, Geno Smith and Justin Fields) have scored at least 22 Fantasy points. The lone quarterback who failed to reach that mark was Aaron Rodgers in Week 9 when he had three interceptions. Jones has rushed for at least 20 yards in eight of nine starts, and he has scored at least 21 Fantasy points in two of his past three games overall. The Lions also allow the most Fantasy points to opposing quarterbacks for the season, and Jones is worth using as a low-end starter in all leagues.
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