3. New York Giants
While the New York Giants are third on this list, it doesn't mean their quarterback room is subpar. In fact, they believe that they have found their quarterback of the future. Time will tell if they are correct in their theory.
Big Blue recently signed quarterback Daniel Jones to a four-year, $160 million contract extension, ensuring he'll be a member of the Giants organization until the 2027 offseason. Many disapproved of Jones being the sixth overall selection in the 2019 NFL Draft. He has shown flashes since then and proved to be serviceable under 2022 NFL Coach of the Year-winner Brian Daboll.
The question marks lie in discussions about his ceiling. Was Daniel Jones worth $40 million a year? Can he progress from being a middle-of-the-road quarterback and establish himself as a top-ten talent? Those questions will be asked all season.
The Giants also retained Tyrod Taylor as their backup quarterback and signed undrafted rookie Tommy DeVito. Taylor, once a starting-caliber quarterback has evolved into one of the game's more dependable backups.
During Tyrod's career, he backed up Joe Flacco as a member of the Baltimore Ravens before starting in Buffalo, leading them to the playoffs, and being replaced with Josh Allen. He then joined the Cleveland Browns, Los Angeles Chargers, and Houston Texans. During each of those stops, he was replaced with Baker Mayfield, Justin Herbert, and Davis Mills respectively.
Despite a journeyman career, he provides the Giants with some security. If anything happens to Daniel Jones, Taylor has proven time and time again that he can take the field and win games.