Chris Snee is commonly referred to as the New York Giants best offensive lineman. What is ahead for the veteran right guard? We look at Snee next as our player-by-player breakdown of the 90-man roster the Giants will bring to training camp continues.
2012 Season In Review
Snee played well for the Giants in 2012. He allowed only two quarterback sacks and his +12.8 Pro Football focus rating placed him 13th among 81 guards who played at least 25 percent of their team's snaps. The grade was Snee's best since a +31.6 in 2009, a year during which his dominant run-blocking earned him a +22.3 in that category
The four-time Pro Bowler and 2008 All-Pro underwent hip surgery in the offseason and expects to be ready once training camp begins. Snee may not be the dominating presence he was in 2008 and 2009, but he is still a very good player who anchors the middle of the Giants' line. Provided he can stay healthy Snee should continue to play well in 2013 and for a few seasons beyond that.