Daniel Jones doesn't care about Aaron Rodgers' New York dominance.

Daniel Jones enjoyed his greatest season last year while the Jets' quarterback situation was a shambles. Jones isn't New York's top quarterback this year.

Jones claimed this week that he doesn't care if Aaron Rodgers' arrival makes him New York's "other" quarterback.

“I’m not worried about that,” he told the New York Post.

Jones's approach is right. He knows the Giants trust him after signing a big contract this offseason. Jones may continue to make New York headlines when Rodgers retires.

New York media and fans are not the most well-adjusted in how they handle some players.

Clint Frazier was fired for needing time to recover from a severe concussion. Judge may reach his limit one day, and I wouldn't be surprised if they drive him out too.

I assume Daniel Jones is pleased to have Aaron Rodgers come in and steal all the limelight while he can quietly work in the background.