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Giants news, 5/25: Golden Tate advocates for Daniel Jones

by Alexander Wilson
New York Giants rookie quarterback, Daniel Jones.
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Good morning New York Giants fans!

The biggest knock on New York Giants rookie quarterback Daniel Jones as he was preparing for the NFL was his arm strength. Jones was limited to the number of deep balls he attempted in college due to the lack of talent at wide receiver, but when he did his passes would often float to their destination.

Jones throws lofty passes with plenty of air, but it’s primarily on his deep balls. This could be perceived as a good thing, given the placement is in stride with his receiver and there isn’t a safety over the top.

Check out the clip below –  a perfectly placed ball that was dropped by his intended target. His receivers accounted for 33 dropped passes in 2018. Imagine three rookie Evan Engrams on the field at the same without his speed or playmaking ability.



Newly acquired WR Golden Tate advocated for the young passer, stating that he has great arm strength and will benefit significantly from Eli Manning’s mentorship. Personally, I love how the players in the locker room are interacting at this stage in the offseason. The positivity and success-driven mentality make a huge difference in the development of rookies.

It’s important for the new players to be present for team OTAs to develop chemistry early on. Hopefully, they can adapt quickly in hopes of providing quality play during the regular season.

Nonetheless-

Here is your New York Giants news and coverage:

Ed Valentine (Big Blue View) – Giants’ 90-man roster: In C.J. Conrad, did Giants find the next Jason Witten?

John Fennelly (Giants Wire) – Giants’ Corey Ballentine practices for first time since shooting

John Fennelly (Giants Wire) – Giants’ Michael Thomas: Sam Beal has learned to be a pro

Alexander Wilson (Empire Sports Media) – New York Giants: Darius Slayton needs to fix one major issue

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