Good morning, New York Giants fans!
Adam Rank dives into what to expect from the 2021 Giants team, from the new and old faces to how the team will perform.
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New York Giants: TE Evan Engram
Evan Engram remains an enigma for the New York Giants.
Engram is a hard worker and one of Joe Judge’s favorite practice players. When the athletic tight end is playing well, he’s a difficult mismatch and arguably the best receiving threat on the Giants roster.
Inconsistency is an issue, though. Drops and overall ball security are problematic. Engram knows he must be better despite finishing second on the team last season with 63 receptions.
“There were a lot of things I feel like I could have done better,” Engram told reporters. “There were a lot of things I did well and there are things that I can build on. Definitely throwing last year away. There were a lot of things to learn from but I’m looking forward to this next season.”
A make-or-break season emerges from the ashes of the previous campaign. Engram is entering the last year of his rookie deal, not to mention the team now has a steady veteran option in Kyle Rudolph.
Martinez was a standout for last year’s highly rated defense, and appears ready to bring the same energy to 2021.
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