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How much would you pay to keep Daniel Jones as Giants’ quarterback?

Spotrac has placed a $25.5M annual value on Jones — is that too much?

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New York Giants quarterback Daniel Jones has a market value of three years, $76.61 million entering this offseason, according to Spotrac. That is roughly $25.5 million per year.

At that price, Jones would be the 14th-highest paid quarterback in the NFL in terms of average annual value. Would you pay that to keep Jones in New York for two or three more years? Jones, of course, can be a free agent at season’s end.

Vote in this week’s ‘SB Nation Reacts’ poll and let us know if you are OK with that projected price tag, or if it is too steep for you.

Also answer the weekly confidence question, asking whether or not you have confidence in the direction of the team.

Welcome to SB Nation Reacts, a survey of fans across the NFL. Throughout the year we ask questions of the most plugged-in New York Giants fans and fans across the country.
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