It did not take long for Giants QB Daniel Jones to experience his first Bronx Cheer.
Big Blue's rookie quarterback was at Monday's Yankees game against the Rays when he was showed on the Yankee Stadium jumbotron and was welcomed with a chorus of boos, according to those in attendance at the game.
Jones, 22, has not even been a member of the Giants for two months despite the harsh greeting by New York.
The Giants selected the Duke quarterback with the No. 6 overall pick in this year's NFL Draft, a controversial decision by GM Dave Gettleman that has been met with much criticism.
Yet Jones has mostly been immune to that criticism, with most of the vitriol directed at the Giants GM and front office, whom many thought could have taken Jones later at 17.
Jones is expected to sit behind Eli Manning this season, although head coach Pat Shurmur seemed to give a non-answer when asked if Jones could eventually take the job from Manning this year.
Whatever the plan may be for Jones, it is evident he has an uphill battle ahead of him for winning the fans over.