Good morning, New York Giants fans!
Dan Duggan takes a team-wide look to see where the weaknesses of the Giants’ roster are after this weekends draft.
Both Dave Gettleman and Joe Judge have proclaimed their faith in the current state of the Giants’ O-Line in the wake of the draft, but could the unit still stand to be upgraded?
What about the offensive line?
The Giants didn’t draft an offensive lineman with any of their six picks. They now head into the season with some legitimate questions about each of the five spots. But as GM Dave Gettleman noted, the Giants “have a little more confidence in our offensive linemen than you guys [media] do.” New York is counting heavily on last year’s draft class, including tackles Andrew Thomas and Matt Peart and guard Shane Lemieux, making significant strides. If not, quarterback Daniel Jones could be in trouble. — Jordan Raanan
ESPN’s Jordan Raanan has similar concerns about the offensive line of the G-Men.
Given the long rivalry between the Giants and Philadelphia Eagles, safety Jabrill Peppers took the opportunity to poke fun at the division rivals on social media.
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