Jones signed a four-year, $160 million contract extension to remain the Giants' starting QB. The 2019 No. 6 pick took a leap forward last season, though his ninth-place finish in fantasy points was primarily fueled by a 120-708-7 rushing line (he ranked no lower than fifth at QB in carries, rush yards and rush TDs). Jones was held to 15 pass TDs in 16 games last season and that marks his most since he tossed 24 as a rookie in 2019. The Giants added Darren Waller and Parris Campbell (among others) during the offseason, which should help Jones' passing numbers, but there are major durability concerns with nearly all of this offense's top players (including Jones, who has missed 11 games due to injury). Jones' rushing and improved pass-catchers are enough to make him a fringe QB1.