The New York Giants will finally retake the football field this weekend as they face off against the New York Jets in the teams first preseason games.
We haven’t had a pre-season game since 2019, and this year’s slate of games is going to be different from any in recent memory. That’s because the NFL has trimmed the preseason schedule down to three weeks and expanded the regular season to a seventeen game schedule.
We break down how will this change could impact the Giants’ preseason strategy and what we’re looking for from this first game.
In this podcast
- What does the three-game preseason schedule mean?
- What are we looking for from the team as a whole?
- What do we want to see from the offense?
- What match-ups are we looking forward to on the defense?
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