Daniel Jones Gives Orphan High School QB Star Tickets For Super Bowl LVI

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Ernesto Cova

Daniel Jones may not be the best quarterback in the NFL but he just became one of the biggest winners of the season.

The New York Giants gunslinger had an epic gesture, hooking up a local high school sensation with tickets for Super Bowl LVI.

Alex Brown, who went viral for his 8 touchdowns in the state game just a day after his mom passed away, was in disbelief and ecstatic to know that Jones has given him tickets for the biggest game of the season.

Alex Brown Scored 8 Touchdowns After His Mom's Death

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Brown led Red Bank Catholic High School to the state title with 6 touchdown passes and ran for 2 more scores, sealing one of the most emotional performances one could ever think of:

“It honestly felt like the whole night was scripted before I even got there,” Brown told CBS New York back then. It was awesome. It was awesome. You know, I threw that first touchdown pass, and I just knew she was going to be with me the whole night. And it was a really special feeling."

Jones' Future Is Up In The Air

Unfortunately for Brown, he won't be seeing his local team at SoFi Stadium.

The Giants had yet another mediocre season with a 4-13 record, and Daniel Jones is once again in the spotlight for his lack of development and mediocre QB play throughout the season.

Jones seems like a finished product already and he doesn't offer much upside, which is why some around the league think his days as a starter in the Big Apple may be coming to an end.

The Giants Need A New Coach

Moreover, the Giants are due for a huge organizational shake-up, as they need to hire both a new General Manger and Head Coach.

Letting go of Joe Judge after two terrible seasons was the best choice they could make, especially given the rising list of candidates ready to take the reins of their team.

Kellen Moore, Dan Quinn, Eric Bieniemy, Todd Bowles, Byron Leftwich, Brian Flores, Brian Daboll, and Jim Harbaugh are just some of the potential candidates to land the job.

Could Deshaun Watson Be Their Savior?

With the Giants' rumored interest in hiring Brian Flores, some speculate that they could be on the mix for Deshaun Watson as well.

Watson allegedly was only willing to veto his no-trade clause to join the Miami Dolphins because he wanted to play for Flores.

So, with all the doubts about Jones' skills and the new era in the Big Apple, Watson might as well be in charge of leading the offense for years to come, assuming his legal turmoil gets cleared before the start of the season.