Good morning, New York Giants fans!
Of course Daniel Jones is the quarterback.
New York Giants: Jon Halapio, center
There were points of last year when Jon Halapio looked set to be a building block of the Giants’ offensive remodeling. He began last year as the starter before succumbing to injury after just 116 snaps of action. But across those snaps, Halapio didn’t allow a single pressure, and that’s despite playing almost 50 pass-blocking snaps against a combination of Marcell Dareus, Malik Jackson, Calais Campbell, Yannick Ngakoue and Demarcus Lawrence, among others. From the 2018 regular season to the 2019 preseason, Halapio has earned an 86.8 pass-blocking grade and kept a perfect slate across 110 pass-blocking snaps.
If our friends at Pro Football Focus are correct, this would be really good news for the Giants offense.
Former NFL GM Charlie Casserly gives Jones an ‘A’ for the preseason and says the Giants should “feel extremely good about the down-to-earth quarterback.”
Dallas is where Halapio suffered his season-ending injury a year ago.
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