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Our friends at SBNation.com are not impressed by what the New York Giants have done so far this offseason. In a power ranking of which NFL teams have had the best offseasons to date, an SB Nation panel put the Giants 19th out of 32 teams.

Here’s why:

Rebuilding the offensive line is Dave Gettleman’s first priority and adding Nate Solder is a good start — especially because it means Ereck Flowers will move to the right side, potentially fixing both left and right tackle. But the middle of the offensive line needs more work than ever, now that Weston Richburg, Justin Pugh and D.J. Fluker all left. It’s also puzzling that the Giants opted to sign Jonathan Stewart, a declining, 31-year-old running back who is years removed from his best football.

What grade would you give the Giants thus far?

Players added

  • LT Nate Solder
  • OG Patrick Omameh
  • RB Jonathan Stewart
  • CB Teddy Williams
  • CB Curtis Riley
  • CB B.W. Webb
  • WR Cody Latimer
  • LB Kareem Martin
  • DL Josh Mauro
  • LB Olec Ogletree (via trade)

Players retained

  • C Brett Jones
  • OG Jon Halapio
  • OG John Greco
  • DE Kerry Wynn
  • LB Mark Herzlich

Players lost

  • C Weston Richburg
  • OL Justin Pugh
  • OG D.J. Fluker
  • LB Devon Kennard
  • P Brad Wing (released)
  • CB Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie (released)

Vote in the poll and let us know how you would grade the offseason to this point.

Poll

What grade would you give the Giants’ offseason thus far?

This poll is closed

  • 7%
    A
    (365 votes)
  • 61%
    B
    (2941 votes)
  • 27%
    C
    (1293 votes)
  • 3%
    D
    (145 votes)
  • 0%
    F
    (39 votes)
4783 votes total Vote Now