Everybody loves Daniel Jones … now: Giants QB leaves fans with visions of Simms and Manning

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New York Daily News

NEW YORK — Daniel Jones, poised to ascend into the holy trinity of Giants quarterbacks, went through hell to get there. The Giants signal caller, after three losing seasons as the team’s widely-maligned leader, heads into Saturday’s game with the Philadelphia Eagles off his first playoff win last weekend. And what a difference that day meant for Jones, drafted in 2019 as the successor to Super Bowl champs Eli Manning and Phil Simms. Jones became the first QB in NFL history with more than 300 passing yards, two passing TDs and more than 70 rushing yards in a single playoff game in the 31-24 def…

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