“It’s just the fact that they’re so entrenched, seemingly, with Sam Howell,” he said.
“Now, they drafted him; they saw him in practice every day in the meetings. They saw him start a game. But you know, you’re going into the division with the highest-priced quarterback in football right now and a guy that took the team to the Super Bowl in Jalen Hurts. We kinda know what Dak is in Dallas and what Dallas thinks about Dak. And the Giants basically just have Daniel Jones a new contract. So, you’re competing in the division against those guys, and Daniel Jones won a playoff game last year. It’s just kind of a head-scratcher that they’re so in love with Sam Howell, knowing what it takes to win in this league, especially in this division right now.”
Ein and Harris are childhood friends growing up together in Maryland. They also attended the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania together.
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