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New Orleans Saints: 3 things to know about Giants entering Week 4

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Daniel Jones is a sneaky quarterback

The Giants spent a first-round pick on Duke product Daniel Jones with the hopes that he’d be their quarterback of the future. While Jones hasn’t looked like a first-round quarterback, he’s not as bad as people say he is. The Giants’ three losses aren’t on Danny Dimes, as he tossed for at least 249 yards in every game and has yet to throw a pick.

Not throwing an interception yet is huge for Jones, as he’s thrown double-digit picks in each of his previous two seasons. He’s also been a fumbling machine during his short career too but has only lost one so far this year.

Jones is someone who can do enough through the air and also can make plays with his legs, making him a difficult quarterback to cover.

While the Saints defense should be more than up for the challenge of slowing down Jones, he’s not this slouch of a quarterback that people make him out to be. He’ll do everything in his power to keep his Giants in this game.