Daniel Jones

QB, New York Giants

Height 6'5" Weight 221
DOB 1997-05-27 Age 25.2
College Duke

2022 Fantasy Rankings

QB # 27 (Tier 5)
ADP (12-team PPR): 15.03, 256th

Position Rankings

Tier 5
25Baker Mayfield, CAR1327.314.0816.1
26Carson Wentz, WAS1429.614.0618.0
27Daniel Jones, NYG925.215.0317.8
28Davis Mills, HOU623.814.0814.7
29Mitchell Trubisky, PIT927.912.021.6
1 Fantasy Football Calculator (12-team PPR)
2 2021 season, PPR scoring

Fantasy News Last 90 Days

  • Daniel Jones: "Neck Is Great"

    New York Giants quarterback Daniel Jones informed reporters on Thursday he underwent a non-football-related procedure on his neck during the winter. However, per the signal-caller, it wasn't associated with the issue that caused him to miss six games last season. Nevertheless, although the 25-year-old also conveyed his "neck is great," he must now turn his attention to turning things around after posting three subpar seasons since entering the league in 2019. With former Bills offensive coordinator Brian Daboll at the helm, Jones won't have any excuses if he doesn't deliver throughout the 2022-23 campaign, especially if his offensive weapons remain healthy.

    Aug 18 · Source via Giants Daniel Jones
  • Daniel Jones Scuffles During Sunday's Practice

    New York Giants quarterback Daniel Jones had a rough go finding success during Sunday's practice, per observers. The signal caller is reported to have gone 6-for-20 through the air, including tossing an interception. While Kadarius Toney (leg, knee) was unavailable, Jones still struggled to get the ball out to his playmakers. The 25-year-old kicked off his preseason with a 6-for-10 passing performance in a win over New England, having thrown for 69 yards, while incurring a sack. The upcoming year is likely an inflection point for Jones and the Giants, after the first-round pick threw for just 10 passing touchdowns across 11 games last season. He is likely on the outside-looking of being a QB1 in the vast majority of fantasy formats.

    Aug 14 · Source via Giants Daniel Jones
  • Daniel Jones Totals 75 Yards In Preseason Opener

    New York Giants quarterbackDaniel Jones and the starting offense played the entire first quarter in Thursday's preseason 23-21 win over the New England Patriots. Jones finished with 69 passing yards and six rushing yards while completing six of his 10 aerial attempts. The Giants moved the ball pretty well, and they likely would've scored a touchdown on the first drive if Kenny Golladaydidn't drop a third-down pass. With the arrival of former Buffalo Bills offensive coordinator Brian Daboll, there are higher expectations for Jones and New York's offense in 2022. Despite Jones not being the most prolific passer, he does give late-round upside at the quarterback position due to his ability to create with his legs. It was a solid start to the preseason for Jones, as it remains to be seen how much action he'll see in Week 2 of the preseason against the Cincinnati Bengals.

    Aug 12 · Source via Giants Daniel Jones
  • Wan'Dale Robinson Listed As Starter On Giants Depth Chart

    The New York Giants drafted wide receiver Wan'Dale Robinson 43rd overall in this year's draft, which was a strange pick at the time, considering the plethora of receiving options they had. It was initially speculated that Robinson would replace Kadarius Toney, who was rumored to be traded. However, this never materialized, leaving both to compete for a role as a starter. Robinson was taking first-team repetitions and is currently being listed as a starter on the Giants unofficial depth chart. The uncertainty of quarterback Daniel Jones and the murkiness of this receiving core as a whole make it difficult to trust Robinson. That being said, if he emerges as the lead receiver, he would have more upside and be well worth a late-round pick in fantasy drafts.

    Aug 9 · Source via Giants Daniel Jones Wan'Dale Robinson Kadarius Toney
  • Daboll Expects All Healthy Players To Suit Up Against Pats

    New York Giants head coach Brian Daboll reported he expects everyone healthy to suit up for Thursday's preseason opener against the Patriots. Daboll hopes to expose his players to as many live reps as possible, allowing everyone to become familiar with the new coaching staff. Although it's unknown how much work guys like Daniel Jones, Tyrod Taylor, and Saquon Barkley, among others, will receive versus New England, it will offer a small glimpse of what's to come for fantasy managers heading into the regular season.

    Aug 7 · Source via Giants Saquon Barkley Daniel Jones Tyrod Taylor
  • Andrew Thomas Expected To Be Ready For Training Camp

    New York Giants left tackle Andrew Thomas (ankle), who missed four games last year with an ankle injury that required offseason surgery, has been rehabbing and is expected to be ready for training camp. "Rehab is coming along pretty well. I'm doing everything the trainers ask me to do," Thomas said. "Definitely moving a lot better and I'm prepared to be ready for training camp." Thomas is the only returning offensive lineman from last year and is currently penciled in to start at left tackle next to guard Shane Lemieux, Jon Feliciano, Mark Glowinski and Evan Neal. A healthy Thomas on quarterback Daniel Jones' blind side will go a long way if the Giants want to turn around their shoddy offensive-line play.

    Jul 17 · Source via Giants Daniel Jones
  • Daniel Jones Not Focused On Future

    New York Giants quarterback Daniel Jones isn't concerned about his future, specifically after the franchise declined to pick up his fifth-year option. "I don't know," Said Jones while speaking to the New York Post regarding where he'll be in 2023, "I haven't put a whole lot of time into it. I'm focused on what I'm doing now." The signal-caller has failed to live up to expectations since entering the league in 2019, although, to be fair, constant coaching changes could be partly to blame for his lack of development. Still, the 25-year-old may have one more chance to get his act together, and he will also need to prove his value to fantasy managers if he hopes to make any roster heading toward Week 1.

    Jun 26 · Source via Giants Daniel Jones
  • Veteran Believes Constant Change Has Hindered Daniel Jones

    New York Giants quarterback Daniel Jones hasn't had the best NFL career thus far. Since entering the league in 2019, Jones has thrown for 8,398 yards, 45 touchdowns, and 29 picks while completing just 62.8% of his throws. However, legendary signal-caller Eli Manning recently spoke up in defense of the 25-year-old, indicating that constant coaching changes have severely hindered his development. Still, with New York declining Jones' fifth-year option, he will likely have one more chance to prove his worth under new head coach Brian Daboll. He will also have to convince fantasy managers in all formats he's worthy of a roster spot, which won't happen until he turns things around.

    Jun 25 · Source via Giants Daniel Jones
  • Daniel Jones Fully Cleared

    New York Giants quarterback Daniel Jones (neck) has been fully cleared for football activities, according to head coach Brian Daboll. Jones played in a career-low 11 games for the G-Men last year because of his neck injury, but the Giants said all along that they weren't concerned with his long-term prognosis. The Giants didn't pick up Jones' fifth-year option this offseason, so he has plenty to prove heading into his fourth NFL season. The 25-year-old former sixth overall pick has shown flashes in his three seasons, but turnover issues and inconsistency have mostly kept him from reaching his ceiling. If Jones is fully healthy in 2022, he could easily bounce back and have his best season with plenty of weapons around him.

    Jun 7 · Source via Giants Daniel Jones
  • Quarterback Stats



    1DENL 13-2726.161100.070.543223759.52671026274.5011
    2@WASL 29-3032.069100.059.441223268.824910499510.5610
    3ATLL 14-1717.270100.061.443243568.62660028394.8800
    4@NOW 27-2129.863100.069.844284070.04022104276.7500
    5@DALL 20-445.82943.323.91651338.598000393.0000
    6LARL 11-389.575100.072.054295156.9242034341.3301
    7CARW 25-317.072100.058.342233369.72031028283.5000
    8@KCL 17-2019.360100.061.737223268.82222135122.4000
    9LVW 23-1611.256100.042.924152075.01101024174.2501
    11@TBL 10-3011.458100.070.741233860.51671223103.3300
    12PHIW 13-717.160100.065.039193063.32021029303.3300

    Touchdown Distances
    Passing: 37, 33, 52, 54, 5, 1, 5, 30, 2, 1
    Rushing: 4, 6


    1PITL 16-2622.268100.066.245264163.42792234225.5000
    2@CHIL 13-1713.265100.066.243254062.52410143217.0001
    3SFL 9-3612.952100.071.237173253.11790125499.8001
    4@LARL 9-1713.068100.061.842233663.91900156457.5000
    5@DALL 34-3710.468100.051.535203360.62220022-7-3.5001
    6WASW 20-1916.048100.054.226121963.211211177410.5700
    7@PHIL 21-2225.660100.056.734203066.718721349223.0001
    8TBL 23-2520.874100.059.544254161.02562233206.6700
    9@WASW 23-2014.677100.053.241233565.7204104640.6700
    10PHIW 27-1724.671100.052.137212875.02440039647.1110
    12@CINW 19-1712.65163.040.733162759.32130006193.1700
    14ARIL 7-266.44489.842.921112152.412700600-01
    16@BALL 13-2716.964100.065.642244158.5252106133.0000
    17DALW 23-1920.258100.058.634172568.02292129171.8901

    Touchdown Distances
    Passing: 41, 7, 23, 39, 2, 7, 19, 16, 3, 10, 33
    Rushing: 34


    1@DALL 17-351.457.27.253475.017000155.0001
    3@TBW 32-3139.665100.061.540233663.93362054287.0022
    4WASW 24-316.678100.046.236233174.22251205336.6000
    5MINL 10-2813.369100.059.441213855.31821103124.0000
    6@NEL 14-359.950100.066.033153148.4161130284.0000
    7ARIL 21-2717.771100.054.939223562.92231104358.7502
    8@DETL 26-3133.474100.060.845284168.33224004133.2501
    9DALL 18-3718.972100.065.347264163.42101106549.0002
    10@NYJL 27-3433.47198.659.743264065.03084003206.6701
    12@CHIL 14-1918.260100.063.338213658.315020022713.5001
    13GBL 13-3113.667100.062.742203754.1240130561.2000
    16@WASW 41-3538.870100.064.345284266.73525003124.0000
    17PHIL 17-3420.774100.067.650284759.63011103268.6701

    Touchdown Distances
    Passing: 75, 7, 6, 35, 64, 28, 22, 28, 2, 4, 1, 5, 39, 61, 15, 3, 23, 18, 23, 33, 10, 9, 3, 20
    Rushing: 7, 7

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