The conditions in New Jersey are quite snowy, but that didn’t stop Daniel Jones from breaking an ancient Giants' passing record in the first quarter against the Packers.
With a short toss to Javorius Allen, the first year QB out of Duke surpassed Charlie Conerly’s record for passing yards in a rookie season. That record was set by Conerly all the way back in 1948.
Conerly set the previous record of 2175 yards in just 12 games. Jones broke it in his 13th game of his rookie season and will now have a few more games to add to it.
The Giants won't make the playoffs, but Jones has showed promise throughout the campaign, despite some bad moments on Sunday. He'll need to work on not turning the ball over as much this offseason.