The Packers vs. Giants on Sunday featured two quarterbacks at the opposite ends of their careers. Aaron Rodgers has long been one of the league’s best while Giants QB Daniel Jones is paving his own path in his rookie year.
The Packers got the best of the Giants on Sunday as Green Bay beat the New York 31-13. Rodgers went 21-of-33 for 243 yards and four touchdowns while Jones struggled, throwing three interceptions as opposed to just one passing touchdown.
It wasn’t a good day for New York’s rookie quarterback. But it’s games like these that Jones will look back on as invaluable experience. And that’s exactly what Rodgers told the Giants’ quarterback after the game on Sunday.
“Learn from these days, and the good ones, too,” Rodgers told Jones on Sunday.
Aaron Rodgers had some postgame advice for Daniel Jones.
"Learn from these days, and the good ones, too."
— ESPN (@espn) December 2, 2019
If there’s any quarterback to take advice from, Rodgers is definitely one to listen to. The Packers quarterback has been on the best in the NFL for a long time.
Meanwhile, the Giants are hoping that Jones is the future of the franchise. He’s thrown for 2,374 yards and 18 touchdowns opposed to 11 interceptions this season. Jones has also added two scores on the ground.
New York gets back to work this Sunday against the Philadelphia Eagles.