Mr. Jones beats Washington again, and Eagles-Giants, 70s-style
The Giant Insider|December 7, 2020
If you were Daniel Jones, you would probably wish that there were only two teams in the NFL: the New York Football Giants, and the Washington Football Team. After all, four of Jones’ five career wins have come against Washington. It got me wondering if other Giants quarterbacks had such luck to start their careers against division rivals:
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