The NFL doesn`t have a "Most Improved Player" award like a few different sports activities leagues do. But that is not going to forestall NFL analyst Robert Griffin III from giving his model of the award to at least one deserving player.

Taking to Twitter on Wednesday, Griffin argued that New York Giants quarterback Daniel Jones is his "maximum progressed player" seeing that he has been gambling the first-rate soccer of his career.

He attributed that to the outstanding education paintings that head educate Brian Daboll has done.

"Brian Daboll turned into EXACTLY WHAT THE DOCTOR ORDERED for Daniel Jones and the Giants," Griffin wrote.

"Jones has been gambling for his soccer lifestyles each unmarried sport and is a the front runner for MOST IMPROVED PLAYER whilst Saquon is the the front runner for COMEBACK PLAYER OF THE YEAR. Coaching matters."

Taking to Twitter on Wednesday, Griffin argued that New York Giants quarterback Daniel Jones is his "maximum progressed player" seeing that he has been gambling the first-rate soccer of his career.

He attributed that to the outstanding education paintings that head educate Brian Daboll has done.

"Brian Daboll turned into EXACTLY WHAT THE DOCTOR ORDERED for Daniel Jones and the Giants," Griffin wrote.

"Jones has been gambling for his soccer lifestyles each unmarried sport and is a the front runner for MOST IMPROVED PLAYER whilst Saquon is the the front runner for COMEBACK PLAYER OF THE YEAR. Coaching matters."

Through seven starts, Jones has finished 66.7-percentage of his passes for 1,223 yards and 6 touchdowns with  interceptions. While the ones numbers do not blow each person out of the sky, they may be a first-rate development over his final  seasons.