Jones, 22, is the sixth overall pick in the draft. During his three seasons at Duke, Jones started all 36 games in which he played. With the Blue Devils, Jones completed 764 of 1,775 passes (60%) for 8,201 yards, 52 touchdowns and 29 interceptions. He also had 406 rushing attempts for 1,323 yards (3.3 yards average) and 17 touchdowns.
Jones was exceptional in the pre-season. In four games, he has completed 29 of 34 passes (85.3%) for 416 yards, two touchdowns, no interceptions and a brilliant 137.2.
Jones will be the third of the 1
Munning has been the Giants' starting quarterback since he replaced Kurt Warner with seven games left in his rookie in 2004. He has started 232 of his last 233 regular-season games with the Giants. Sunday's loss to bills dropped his record to even .500 at 116-116. He is 8-4 (.667) in the postseason, including wins in Super Bowls XLII and XLVI, in which he was named the Most Valuable Player of the Game.
Manning started 210 consecutive regular games from November 21, 2004 to November 23, 2017, the second-longest quarterback in NFL history. Only Brett Faver (297) started more consistent games than Manning. He did not play on December 3, 2017 in Auckland, but returned to the squad the following week and has since started all 22 games that the Giants have played.
He will be the No. 2 team in Tampa Bay.  Muning holds all Giants career records, including tries (8,061, which puts him sixth in NFL history), completions (4,860, sixth), passing yards (56,537, seventh) and passes (362, eighth).