After arguably the most successful offseason in years, the Giants are looking strong. Dave Gettleman and Joe Judge have put together a solid team. While it was the weak point of the team last season, the new Giants offense is looking stronger and better than ever. Here is a deep dive into the specific parts of this revamped offense.
After two years, Daniel Jones is still a question mark. This is partially due to minor injuries, but being realistic, Jones needs to step up. The accuracy issues and decision making is unacceptable and needs to change. On the bright side, Jones has tons of weapons, and the Giants signed a solid back up in Mike Glennon. Glennon will be a nice backup and mentor.
A healthy Saquon Barkley is one of the best running backs in the league, so the Giants need to keep him healthy at all times. Even with the new weapons, expect Saquon to get most of the workload as he is the RB1. However, even so, the Giants will likely draft a running back in the later rounds. They could also sign a UDFA. Having more players that can rush strongly will only improve the team even more.
The addition of star receiver Kenny Golladay instantly improves the team. When healthy, Golladay is arguably a top ten receiver. The Giants also have solid names like Sterling Shepard and Darius Slayton in the receiving core. The cheap signing of deep threat John Ross will be a target that Jones will love.
Evan Engram is looking for a bounce back year after a rough 2020 that included eleven drops and a pro bowl appearance. The Giants can run some 2TE offense with their new addition Kyle Rudolph, who can be a weapon in both the passing and rushing offenses this year.
Giants Offensive Line
Still the roughest part of the offense, the offensive line is young and not good enough. Players like Andrew Thomas, Nick Gates, Shane Lemieux, Matt Peart, and Will Hernandez could all develop into solid starters, but the Giants should still look into drafting some versatile linemen in order to get stronger.
As a whole offense overall, the Giants have lots of room to develop, mixed in with players that are extremely talented when healthy. As long as they fit the scheme well the Giants will be a threat for years to come.