Due to NFL rules, Giants quarterback Daniel Jones hasn't been able to chat to his new offensive coordinator in Jason Garrett just yet about scheme.
So he did the next best thing, he talked to Garrett's last quarterback, Dak Prescott.
Jones revealed he caught up with the Cowboys quarterback down in Miami during Super Bowl week and fired away some questions about his new OC.
"Everyone who has worked with Coach Garrett speaks very highly of him," Jones told the team's website. "I think Dak was certainly the same way. Guys respect him and it seems like he's done a lot for a lot of peoples' careers, so I'm excited to work with him."
Jones added that he's looking forward to the future under Garrett and new head coach Joe Judge.
"I like them a lot. I've met with them a few times and trying to get to know them. But I like them. Coach Judge, he's very straightforward. He's what you saw in the press conference. He's a football guy, a lot of energy, looking forward to working with him. And obviously Coach Garrett is a proven coach in the league. He's won a lot of football games, coached a lot of great players, so I'm excited to work with him, too," Jones said.
Despite the excitement, Jones also toned things back by saying he knows learning a new system won't be easy.
"It'll be a challenge, but it's part of the job," Jones said. "It's something I need to spend a lot of time making sure I'm working toward and making progress with."
And in addition to Jones doing his homework on Garrett, the coach said after his hiring that he has done the same.
"You talk about Daniel Jones, we thought a lot of him coming out of college (at the Cowboys)," Garrett said. "I really liked how he played when we played against him and we saw him on film this year. He was tough, competitive, played the game the right way. Not easy to do that as a rookie in the NFL."
In his rookie season, Jones surprised many around the NFL and especially fans who questioned the Giants selection of him. With the 2019 season in mind, perhaps Garrett's hiring can help Jones take another big step forward in 2020. The G-men had the 23rd best offense in the league last season. Garrett's Cowboys were the top dog at No. 1, averaging 431.5 yards per game.