So far our beloved Giants have made some pretty significant moves this offseason lets explain and rate the newcomers to our team.1. Darren Waller
Darren Waller's Size and athleticism is amazing Waller is 6'6 and weighs over 240 pounds, which makes him one of the biggest and most imposing tight ends in the league. He also has impressive speed and agility for his size, which allows him to create separation from defenders and make plays downfield. Receiving ability, Waller is an excellent receiver who can make catches in traffic and create yards after the catch. In the 2020 season, he caught 107 passes for over 1,100 yards and nine touchdowns, which made him one of the most productive tight ends in the league. Blocking: While Waller is primarily known for his receiving ability, he is also a capable blocker who can help open up running lanes for his teammates. He has shown the ability to make key blocks in both the running and passing game, which makes him a valuable asset to this team. Darren Waller will be an amazing new target for Daniel Jones and will definitely benefit this team.
Darren Wall also has a downside this being how he is injury prone. In the last few years he hasn't played much games because of injuries he has had.
Overall Darren Waller is still an amazing addition to the team and considering we gave up only a 3rd round pick for him I rate this Giants Offseason move a 7.5/10
Bobby Okereke is a linebacker that played for the Colts and was recently picked up by the Giants from free agency. Okereke is a versatile linebacker who can play both inside and outside positions. He has experience playing in both 4-3 and 3-4 defensive schemes, which has helped him develop a well-rounded skill set. Athleticism, Okereke is an athletic linebacker with good speed and agility. This allows him to cover a lot of ground on the field, make plays in coverage, and chase down ball carriers. Playmaking ability, Despite being a relatively young player, Okereke has already shown the ability to make big plays. He had two interceptions and a forced fumble in the 2020 season, which helped the Colts win games. Football IQ, Okereke is a smart player who has a good understanding of the game. He is able to read offenses and make quick decisions, which allows him to be in the right position to make plays. Bobby Okereke still has downsides though them being, consistency Okereke has shown flashes of brilliance, but he can be inconsistent at times. He has had some games where he has struggled to make an impact, and it's important for him to be able to play at a high level consistently. Pass coverage while Okereke has shown the ability to make plays in pass coverage, there are still some areas where he can improve in this aspect of his game. He sometimes struggles to stay with more athletic tight ends or running backs in coverage, and he can improve his technique in this area. Bobby Okereke is still a good player he agreed for a 4 year $40 mil deal and overall I rate this free agency move a 7/10
3. Parris Campbell
Paris Campbell is also a former Colts player that we recently picked up for a 1 year 6.7 million deal. Paris Campbell has many great qualities like Athleticism, Campbell is an elite athlete with blazing speed and impressive explosiveness. He ran a 4.31 40-yard dash at the 2019 NFL Combine, which was the fastest among all wide receivers that year. This speed and agility allow him to make big plays downfield and create separation from defenders. Playmaking ability, Campbell has shown the ability to make big plays when given the opportunity. In college, he averaged over 12 yards per reception and scored 24 touchdowns in his career. He has also shown flashes of brilliance in the NFL, including a 71-yard touchdown catch in his rookie season. Work ethic, Campbell has been praised for his work ethic and dedication to improving his game. He has reportedly spent countless hours studying film and working on his route running, which suggests that he has the drive and commitment necessary to reach his full potential. Drops, while Campbell has shown flashes of potential as a receiver, he has struggled with drops at times. In his first two seasons with the Colts, he had a catch rate of just 61.5%, and he dropped several passes that could have resulted in big plays. Route-running while Campbell is a speedy receiver who can be dangerous in the open field, he has been criticized for his route-running. Some analysts have suggested that he could benefit from improving his technique and developing more precise routes. I still think Paris Campbell is a really good edition because wide receiver is our most needed position and Paris Campbell can end up being exactly what we need(stress on the can). I rate this pickup a 5.5/10