I don't care who your QB is, if he's spending most of the game running for his life, you'll probably end up with a loss. The best QB's in the league could not have prospered behind the Giants turnstile of a line. How did Patrick Mahomes look in the SB when he lost both starting tackles? He made a few plays while scrambling, but final result was a loss. Tom Brady looked pedestrian against the Giants in both SB losses because his Oline could not keep the Giants off of him. Give D Jones a decent Oline and lets see what he can do. The running game has been a joke the last few seasons, decent line play could actually bring back effective run fakes to the passing game. When your QB has time to check through his reads, chances are someone will be open. Drives me crazy when announcers give the QB so much credit for going through his progressions without mentioning that he has the time to have a cup of coffee before he has to get rid of the ball! Pro football has gone through a change to more of a passing league, but the basic formula for consistent success is still the same; you win in the trenches, on both sides of the ball. D Jones can make all the throws, he's very intelligent, works hard and is respected by his teammates.....all the qualities needed to be successful. His problem with turnovers (IMO) will become less of a factor when he doesn't have to try to win the game by himself. I do believe Schoen will have the Giants headed in the right direction, and in the next few years you will see a solid foundation built for sustained success. Looking forward to the draft!