Giants quarterback Daniel Jones was down in Miami this week for Super Bowl festivities, including talking to kids at the Citi Football ProCamp at Miami Central High School on Saturday morning.
Despite not playing in the big game, Jones mentioned how he can sense the excitement and energy around it.
"It's exciting to see it and kind of feel the buzz around it and feel the energy around it,'' Jones told the New York Post. "It does kind of get you excited and that's certainly the goal, to be playing in one of these.''
As for attending the San Francisco 49ers and Kansas City Chiefs matchup on Sunday, Jones doesn't plan on it.
"I definitely won't go to the game,'' Jones said.
The 22-year-old Duke product went 3-9 as the starter for the Giants, throwing for 3,027 yards and 24 touchdowns. He's ready for the challenge of learning a new offense under recently hired offensive coordinator Jason Garrett in 2020.
"It'll be a challenge but it's part of the job,'' Jones said. "I learned a system this year, so we're doing it again. It will be a challenge and something I'll need to spend a lot of time making sure I'm working towards and making progress with. I think we'll all be able to do it, I think we'll all attack it the right way and try to pick it up as quick as we can."
Jones feels confident in learning from Garrett, who helped Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott grow into a two-time Pro Bowler.
"Everyone who's worked with coach Garrett speaks very highly of him and Dak was certainly the same way,'' Jones said. "Guys respect him and it seems like he's done a lot for a lot of people's careers.''