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Daniel Jones: Giants want to attack
What is the Giants’ mindset playing out the string of a lost 2-8 season?
“I think our mindset this week is to attack it and do what we’ve been doing, do it better and more consistently,” said rookie quarterback Daniel Jones.
Getting a grip on his fumbling issue is the biggest thing Jones needs to attack.
“I think it’s something that I need to be mindful of constantly,” Jones said. “It’s not like a golf swing or something where you — it’s about being mindful of it and being aware in the pocket, protecting it and getting the ball out on time. I think all those things are important for me to stay mindful of.”
Darius Slayton on increased role
The rookie wide receiver caught 10 passes in 14 targets in Week 10 vs. the New York Jets, both career highs.
“It’s exciting. Obviously, you want your quarterback to have a lot of faith in you as a receiver. I think that’s how you build a rapport with quarterbacks,” Slayton said. “Every time the ball leaves their hand, making sure it gets completed. I think that helps them have confidence in us. We know they are going to put the ball there, so at the end of the day, it’s on our end.”
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