Daniel Jones in Giants loss to Eagles. Mandatory Credit: Eric Hartline-USA TODAY Sports

Last season, New York Giants quarterback Daniel Jones had his best season as a starter, leading the Giants to the playoffs for the first time since 2016 and a playoff victory for the first time since 2011. As a result, the team rewarded him with a contract extension, and it sounds like the team is optimistic about him moving forward.

During an interview with the NFL Network this week, Giants head coach Brian Daboll revealed that he has confidence that Jones can grow into the quarterback they think he can be given the continuity of the system.

“It’s his second year in the system,” Daboll told NFL Network. “I don’t think he’s had continuity since he’s been there. We all can do a better job. I think that he really adapted to the things that we were asking him to do. We tried to implement a lot of the things that he likes to do. That’s just another step going into the offseason of adding some more pieces. More players around him. And also him growing into the quarterback that we think he can be.”

Jones will be looking to prove himself after a large contract extension during the offseason. We’ll have to see how he performs.