New York Giants
Daniel Jones, Colt McCoy, Cooper Rush
Even though Jones led his team to just one more win than Haskins did for his squad, the difference in play was cavernous. Not only did Jones show he was worth the sixth overall pick in the 2019 NFL Draft, but he also showed that replacing a team icon was the right move.
Jones completed over 61% of his passes as a rookie, posting a two-to-one touchdown to interception ratio and added another 279 yards and two touchdowns on the ground. He threw for 300+ yards in five of his twelve games, including his first official start and had three games with four or more touchdowns and zero picks.
Behind Jones, the Giants have added career backup Colt McCoy to the mix. McCoy has 28 starts under his belt in nine seasons and is merely there to do just that in 2020. If the need arises for him to play, however, he is capable of winning a game or two.
The addition of former Dallas Cowboy Cooper Rush is intriguing only in that it’s unknown if he will compete with McCoy for the backup job or if he is just there to spill secrets along with new offensive coordinator/former Dallas Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett.