Giants' John Mara wants to see progress in 2019, so here's what Daniel Jones and Co. must accomplish in final 6 games to inspire hope

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Giants' John Mara wants to see progress in 2019, so here's what Daniel Jones and Co. must accomplish in final 6 games to inspire hope
Giants' John Mara wants to see progress in 2019, so here's what Daniel Jones and Co. must accomplish in final 6 games to inspire hope

Giants co-owner John Mara wants to see progress from the 2019 season, as his organization rebuilds. Before the season, Mara said he hoped to walk out of MetLife Stadium after the Giants' Week 17 game against the Eagles, feeling like his organization is heading in the right direction. Through 10 weeks, he surely doesn't believe it is. The Giants are 2-8 and have lost six straight games. They have their bye in Week 11. So coming out of the bye, in the final six games, what must this team (and rookie quarterback Daniel Jones especially) show Mara, to give him the sense of progress entering 2020? Let's break down a few important areas to watch. • Grow up on defense: Yes, the Giants are young on defense.

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