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New York Giants: Our post-minicamp 53-man roster projection - The Athletic
Dan Duggan gives out his projected roster for the 2021 Giants.
Meanwhile, Zack Rosenblatt did the same thing.
Every NFL Team’s Biggest Red Flag Heading into 2021 Season - Bleacher Report
New York Giants: Quarterback
The New York Giants addressed a couple of major issues in the offseason by signing wideout Kenny Golladay, drafting receiver Kadarius Toney and drafting edge-rusher Azeez Ojulari. With a defense that ranked ninth in scoring last season and running back Saquon Barkley set to return, New York could be a formidable squad in 2021.
The one big question is whether Daniel Jones can bounce back from last year’s disappointing campaign.
Jones showed promise as a rookie, throwing for 24 touchdowns and 12 interceptions. However, he was not good in 2020, passing for just 2,943 yards with 11 touchdowns and 10 interceptions while posting a passer rating of 80.4
Fumbles have been a constant issue for Jones, too, as he’s dropped the ball a whopping 29 times in two seasons. He has gone 8-18 as a starter.
While a better supporting cast should help Jones improve, he’s going to have to if the Giants have any hope of reaching the playoffs. Bad quarterback play can doom even the most promising of teams.
Ifeadi Odenigbo did not generate a massive amount of hype as a free agent signing this offseason, but Matt Lombardo thinks he could be the underrated move of the G-Men’s offseason.
In case you missed it
- Giants 2021 roster profile: Switching sides, Will Hernandez switches his training
- ‘Valentine’s Views’: Reasons to be optimistic about the Giants
- Big Blue View mailbag: Post mini-camp edition
- Around SB Nation: What other NFL blogs are discussing
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