Daniel Jones set to start on Sunday

New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning runs off the field during the fourth quarter of an NFL football game against the Miami Dolphins Sunday Dec. 15 2019 in East Rutherford N.J

Dwayne Haskins says he wants to surrender the film from the first game

Daniel Jones has missed the last two games with a high-ankle sprain, but the New York Giants rookie quarterback could be in line to return Sunday against the Washington Redskins.

The rookie injured his foot during a Week 13 matchup with the Green Bay Packers. Jones was full-go Wednesday, ipso facto, Jones should start barring a setback.

Six playoff appearances and two Super Bowl titles (which featured two Manning MVP honors in both championship performances) later, I would say the trade was worth it. "Hopefully I'll continue to do that through this week and I'll feel even better Sunday". As a whole, Jones has made 10 starts this season, starting off strong before struggling midway through the year.

It looks like that'll be this week, and Jones hopes to reverse his fortunes after wading through an eight-game losing streak prior to his injury.

Manning, 38, directed the team to a 1-1 record in the past two games, with the Giants (3-11) losing in overtime to the Philadelphia Eagles on December 9 and beating the Miami Dolphins 36-20 on Sunday in what potentially might be his last appearance with the team.

Dwayne Haskins during his first National Football League show far back in week 4 against Giants, where he threw 3 INTs - "I surrender to watching that movie".

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