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Giants news, 2/10: PFF — Daniel Jones Giants’ most improved player

New York Giants headlines for Wednesday

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Every NFL team’s most improved player in 2020 | NFL News, Rankings and Statistics | PFF

Perhaps surprisingly to many, Pro Football Focus chose quarterback Daniel Jones for the Giants. PFF writes:

This one may seem like a mistake, given that many of Jones’ passing numbers actually took a step back in his second season, but those passing numbers don’t tell the entire story. Jones’ PFF grade — a number designed to isolate the play of a quarterback from his supporting cast — actually improved from 65.9 as a rookie to 78.4 in 2020.

The biggest reason for that improved grade was that Jones did a better job of keeping the ball out of harm’s way, reducing his number of turnover-worthy plays from 31 in 2019 to 17 this past season on a similar number of dropbacks. He also gave the Giants some added value with his athleticism as a runner. A better offensive environment should lead to better results for Jones next season.

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The long-time NFL coach broke into the NFL as an assistant with the Giants in 1975.

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We talked Monday about how the Tampa Bay defense illustrated the Giants’ need for upgrades on the edge and for a play-making inside linebacker next to Blake Martinez.

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The COVID-19 pandemic, though, is again likely to have a major impact on how the league conducts business.

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