Daniel Jones Named Best QB in the League ( New York giants)

**Daniel Jones Named Best QB in the League**

In a stunning turn of events, Daniel Jones of the New York Giants has been crowned the best quarterback in the NFL. Known for his exceptional athleticism and precise passing, Jones has captured the attention of fans and analysts alike with his stellar performance this season.

Leading the league in passing yards and touchdowns, Jones has been instrumental in guiding the Giants to a remarkable winning streak, defying all odds. His ability to stay calm under pressure and make clutch plays in crucial moments has set him apart from his peers.

Fans are in awe of Jones’s incredible work ethic and dedication to his craft, evident in his continuous improvement and growth as a player. With Jones at the helm, the Giants are considered serious contenders for the Super Bowl, sparking excitement among their loyal fan base.

The 31-year-old New York Giants tight end still looks ready to play football.

The 6-foot-6 tight end is in as good of a shape as ever. While showing off some route running and participating in workouts with top tight end draft prospects, Ohio State’s Cade Stover and University of Texas’ Ja’Tavion Sanders, in Las Vegas — Waller still has a home here — the veteran tight end looked as happy as ever with his trademark smile on display.

While Waller may still look good on the field and is in high spirits, he makes it clear that he has yet to make a decision on whether or not he will play next season.

“I haven’t made a decision yet,” Waller said during a sit down one-on-one interview while speaking on behalf of his partnership with Icy Hot. “It’s just a matter of respecting the process. There’s so much that goes into the process of going from April through February of an NFL season. The commitment that it requires. I’m a guy who’s evolving, who’s growing, who’s played a lot of football and been through a lot.”

Waller goes into further detail on why he’s still contemplating his future. Waller is under contract through 2026 and the Giants have not put an ultimatum on the veteran to make a decision. However, they have signed two tight ends in free agency — Jack Stoll and Chris Manhertz — to prepare in case Waller does retire.

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