The opening wave of NFL Free Agency is one of the major milestones in the off-season process. It’s an opportunity for teams to add veteran players to their roster, to plug holes and make upgrades that can pay immediate dividends.
The New York Giants came in to free agency with money to spend and a desire to fill needs so they don’t have to “shop hungry” at the draft.
So how much have the Giants changed their roster since the end of the 2019 season? The Chris and Joe Show takes a look at the Giants’ most improved positions, weakest positions, and strongest positions.
Note from Chris: If my rambling talk about the possibilities of an Air Raid Killer defense was confusing — and I know it was — here area a couple resources that explain it much more effectively than I was able to in a podcast setting.
“Bill Belichick, Iowa State and the future of defensive football” - Mark Schofield
The 3-Down Dime - Cody Alexander, Match Quarters
In This Podcast
- The Giants’ signing of Dion Lewis and Dravon Askew-Henry
- What positions have been most improved?
- What position is the weakest?
- What are the Giants’ strongest positions?
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