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The giant is looking for Daniel Jones to make a big jump in Year 2

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The giant is looking for Daniel Jones to make a big jump in Year 2

Part one of the New York Giants analysis series.

Over the past 16 years, every evaluation or analysis of the Giants quarterback position began and almost ended with Eli Manning. With Eli and uniform No. 10 outside the building, the spotlight immediately illuminates Daniel Jones, out of the beginner’s year filled with promises and many defeats.

Consider all the ridicule and anxiety caused by general manager Dave Gettleman who has the courage to take Jones by choosing No. 6 in the 2019 draft, Jones freed himself pretty well – pushed into a difficult and sticky place. He should have been patiently waiting for his turn behind Manning – learning from the franchise icon, understanding his role as a temporary young supporter, confusing, not fully accepting that role, especially when involved in blunt summer ex-head coach Pat Shurmur (deliberately?) With things like “I know we are dancing around the words here, but right now Eli is getting ready to have a great year and Daniel is getting ready to play.”

There are examples of Jones who seem more comfortable on the pitch than he avoids political balls when he obediently (and truly) submits to Manning in the locker room, always careful with his words and even his body language, waiting for his turn, until Manning no longer in his locker, to talk to the media.

In many ways – of course physical form, appearance and, sometimes, speech patterns – Jones is an imitation of Eli. Jones, however, quickly developed ties with young players on offense and, behind the scenes, emitted more vibrations of arrogance than Manning had done as a beginner. The recipient really trusts him.

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Nobody (other than Shurmur) thinks Jones will start on Week 3, but that’s what happened, triggering a beginner’s ride. Jones won his first two starts then suffered eight consecutive defeats and ended his first year with an initial record of 3-9. He showed an arm that was bigger and more accurate than his design – and Duke – a detractor projected for him. His 279-meter rushing – an average of 6.2 per effort – exhibited excellent and athletic speed. Consider: Manning has never run more than 80 yards in 16 seasons.

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Jones’s touchdown-to-interception rate (24-12) is more than acceptable (Manning as a rookie is 6-9) and the percentage of completion is 61.9 not bad at all, given the Giants rarely have a clue and Jones is forced to throw to catch up.

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Manning acknowledged his presence last season was “probably awkward” for Jones and anticipated, in Manning’s free zone, Jones could have more strongly risked his claim as a worthy successor. Jones admitted it was awkward at times.

Colt McCoy, 33, has just started 28 in his nine-year career – only three started in the last five seasons – and must be in line with the veteran’s prototype reserve. This likely marks the end of Alex Tanney’s two-year stay, when the Giants signed Cooper Rush, who has experience in the system from the time with new offensive coordinator Jason Garrett with the Cowboys.

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Who is Paulo Bento, the Portuguese coach from South Korea who coached Cruzeiro?

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The coach commanded the Portuguese national team at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil and left the South Korean national team after being eliminated in Qatar.

Portuguese coach Paulo Bento qualified South Korea for the playoffs of the World Cup, something the team had not achieved since 2010, when the South Korean team reached the 1/8 finals of this championship. But 4-1 rout against Brazil as a result, shortened the path of the Asian team, as well as put an end to the work of Paulo Sousa in the national team.

Paulo Bento started his career as a coach with the youth team of Sporting Clube Portugal in 2004. At the club, he commanded the youth team for two seasons, winning the junior national tournament in his first year. Incidentally, the coach took over the first team shortly after he announced his retirement as a player.

Given his prominence in the youth categories, Paulo was chosen to replace José Peseiro, who was eliminated in European competition, in the professional team of Sporting CP for the 2005 season./2006.

Professionally, Bento was runner-up for four seasons in a row in the Portuguese Championship. Despite this, the coach won two Portuguese Cups and two Candido de Oliveira Super Cups. On November 6, 2009, the coach resigned.

Having distinguished himself at Sporting, Paulo Bento was announced as Portugal’s coach on 21 September 2010 after the World Cup in South Africa, where the then-champion Spain was selected in the round of 16.

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In qualifying, the coach managed to show good results in the first games, plus, of course, take Portugal to the semi-finals of Euro 2012, taking off from Spain on penalties. Having stood out in competitions, the coach extended the contract until Euro 2016.

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However, after losing to Albania in qualifying for Euro 2016, the coach could not resist and was fired in September 2014. The unsuccessful campaign at the World Cup of the same year in Brazil also affected.

After the Portugal national team, Paulo Bento returned to Brazil in May 2016, but this time to coach the Cruzeiro club. With a contract until December 2017, the coach made his debut in the second round of the Brasileirão the same year.

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However, Bento only lasted 17 matches in power with six wins, three draws and eight losses, leaving the team in second-to-last place in the tournament.

On 11 August 2016, the coach was announced as the new commander of Olympiacos, Greece, where he remained until 6 March 2017, winning the Greek title. Following this, Paulo Bento was announced as Chongqing Dangdai of China leading the team for only 15 matches.

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On August 16, 2018, Paulo Bento was announced as the new coach of South Korea following the departure of Shin Tae-yong, who lost in the group stage of the 2018 World Cup.

As part of the South Korean national team, the coach has 55 wins, 12 draws and eight losses, having won the East Asian Cup title and classified the team at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. After being knocked out against Brazil in the 1/8 finals, the Portuguese announced his retirement from the national team.

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Pioli ‘pulls’ Leao by the ears and says the Portuguese ‘must make a dash’

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Pioli 'pulls' Leao by the ears and says the Portuguese 'must make a dash'

FROMTefano Pioli, Milan coach, gave an interview on the Italian radio program Sky Calcio Club on Sunday in which he talked about Rafael Leao’s participation in the 2022 Mundial, a test in which the Portuguese striker was a replacement for Fernando Santos. ‘, indicating that he has been talking to his player over the past few days.

“If we talk? They have an obligation to call me at the end of the game. He is happy because Portugal is doing well. It is clear that he would like to play more. I can take advantage of this for a contract extension,” said Pioli, who also spoke about the Portuguese’s renewal process.

“He is fine with us and management and Rafael are talking. We are waiting for good news,” the Transalpine coach fired.

Looking at his player’s short playing time at this 2022 World Cup, Pioli admitted that Rafael Leau would like to have more playing time for the national team, but hinted that the Portuguese striker is not unhappy.

“If he plays a little? It’s hard to judge because Portugal has a very high quality team. Rafael is happy because Portugal is having a good World Cup, but there is a lot of quality and competitiveness in the attacking sector of the Portuguese team. “, – stressed the coach of the Italian, who also left a small warning to Rafael Leau.

“When you see him in training, you immediately understand that he has incredible potential. He has technique and speed that few others have. Over the course of a period, he had to develop and adapt to the reality at Milan, where the pressure is different from what he is. he was in Lille. It took time, but his potential to become a great player was always there. But he still needs to make the leap to become a champion because he can be even more decisive in the opponent’s zone,” he stressed.

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“If you think about Rafael from two years ago, he has made tremendous progress. He’s missing a few things, but he’s smart and approachable. I can give him all the ideas he wants, but his talent must be left free. should improve his heading, given his physique,” he concluded.

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Portugal, nuts and the Portuguese consumer: a successful trilogy

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Nuts have become part of a limited group of Portuguese agri-food sectors that manage to achieve much-desired food self-sufficiency. In the case of almonds it is 170% and in the case of chestnuts it is 116% in relation to the national consumption.

The value of Portuguese agricultural production in 2021 was 9.6 billion euros, representing a growth rate of 14.6% compared to 2020, and therefore it is fair to say that dried fruits today, with a production of 80,000 tons and exports reaching 100 million euros contributed. to this success.

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