New York Giants’ Daniel Jones caps impressive opening drive with touchdown run

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EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. – The New York Giants seemed smooth against the Washington Redskins at FedEx Field on their opening drive, which ended with a Daniel Jones 6-yard touchdown run.

Offensive coordinator Jason Garrett termed Jones’ amount on second and goal from the Washington 6-garden line. Guards Will Hernandez and Nick Gates sealed their defenders and Jones ran as a result of a sizable gap up the center. He powered by means of security Kamren Curl at the 4-property line and dove throughout the purpose line for the opening rating at 7:39 of the 1st quarter.

It capped an 11-engage in, 79-yard generate just after Washington had absent a few-and-out.

For Jones it was his 2nd dashing landing of the time. He also rushed for a landing late in a period-opening 27-13 reduction to the Denver Broncos. Jones also accomplished all four of his passes for 45 yards on the drive.

That is how you complete a drive! ?

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— New York Giants (@Giants) September 17, 2021

Jones is the 1st Giants player because 2005 to rush for a TD in the team’s first two online games of the period. Both equally Brandon Jacobs and Tiki Barber did it in 2005.