Giants are now loaded on offense
I don’t think anyone can say that the New York Giants aren’t a lot better now in May then they were when the NFL season ended back in January.
Former NFL executive and NFL Network senior analysts Gil Brandt has named the Giants as one of five teams that have had a great offseason. Below is what he wrote:
Quarterback Daniel Jones is heading into a sink-or-swim Year 3 — but never let it be said GM Dave Gettleman didn’t do everything in his power to give him the weapons needed to succeed. Receivers Kenny Golladay (signed on a four-year, $72 million contract) and Kadarius Toney (drafted 20th overall after Gettleman, yes, traded down!) and versatile tight end Kyle Rudolph (signed to a two-year, $14 million deal) join a skill-position group that will be further augmented by the return to health of running back Saquon Barkley. On defense, Gettleman secured a long-term agreement with centerpiece defensive lineman Leonard Williams. He also rolled the dice on comeback Adoree’ Jackson (three years, $39 million) rebounding from the knee injury that ruined his 2020 season. Another move that could pay huge dividends: snagging pass rusher Azeez Ojulari, a first-round talent who slipped to the second round.
While there are still some concerns on the Giants’ roster, they are now loaded with offensive weapons, have a possible premier pass rusher in Azeez Ojulari and are full of talent in their secondary.
If New York’s offensive line can hold up and quarterback Daniel Jones can stay healthy and take his play to another level, watch out.
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