Keyshawn Johnson: Giants in Dire Straits After Jones, Barkley Moves

After a disappointing Monday Night Football performance, many are questioning Giants quarterback Daniel Jones.

Criticism of the executive office's decision to sign Jones to a four-year,

$160 million contract extension in the summer has been raised by Jones' 2-to-6 touchdown-to-interception ratio through four games this season.

After choosing to sign Jones to a long-term contract over running back Saquon Barkley, Keyshawn Johnson claimed the squad is now on "death row."

The presence of Saquon Barkley in the backfield makes Daniel Jones unique. Johnson claimed that by paying Daniel Jones but not Saquon Barkley, they put themselves on death row.

Despite being forced to play behind an offensive line on Monday night that sacked Jones ten times.

Jones has deteriorated from his great 2022 season, according to the three-time Pro Bowl wide receiver.

They were inferior. In a panic, Daniel Jones... He becomes anxious. He earns $160 million, including a completely guaranteed $90+ million.

He acts in ways that are absurd for a starting quarterback for New York City. He's changed from last year in some way, Johnson said.

In Sunday's 24-3 loss to Seattle, Daniel Jones was sacked ten times.