Daniel Jones is one of 69 quarterbacks with at least 10 home starts since 2010. His record against the spread at home ranks 68th.
Jones made his first career home start against the Washington Football Team in Week 4 of his rookie season in 2019. In leading the New York Giants, a 3-point underdog in NFL betting, to a 24-3 win, Jones was 1-0 against the spread at MetLife Stadium. He didn’t cover the spread at home again until Week 8 of the 2020 season.
The former first-round pick enters the Giants’ Week 7 game against the Carolina Panthers with a 15-17 career ATS record. Only four of those 15 wins came at home, none of which have been in 2021. Jones and the Giants failed to cover +3 against the Denver Broncos in Week 1, -3 against the Atlanta Falcons in Week 3, and +8 against the Los Angeles Rams in Week 6.
The three straight ATS home losses – which followed three home ATS wins in his final four starts last year – pushed Jones below Tony Romo (10-25-1) and Chad Henne (5-13-1) for worst home ATS winning percentage since 2010. Only Colt McCoy is standing between Jones and No. 69.
Here are the quarterbacks with the worst home ATS record since 2010 (min. 10 starts):
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