New York Giants Season Preview

The New York Giants finished the 2021 season with a 4-13 record, which was good for fourth-place in the NFC East standings, missing the playoffs for the fifth consecutive season. They fired head coach Joe Judge and hired former Buffalo Bills offensive coordinator Brian Daboll to replace him.

New York averaged 15.2 points per game last season, which is 31st in the league. They gave up 24.5 points per game, which was 23rd.

Daniel Jones completed 64.3 percent of his passes for 2,428 yards, 10 touchdowns, and seven interceptions in 11 games. Saquon Barkley led the team with 593 yards and two touchdowns, while Kenny Golladay led the team with 521 receiving yards.

The Giants addressed some of their offensive needs in the draft, selecting former Alabama offensive tackle Evan Neal with the seventh pick in the draft and former Kentucky wide receiver Wan’Dale Robinson in the second round.

The Giants also upgraded their defense, using their top pick in the draft on former Oregon defensive end Kayvon Thibodeaux. With players like safety Xavier McKinney, cornerback Adoree’ Jackson, and defensive linemen Dexter Lawrence and Leonard Williams, still on the roster, the Giants should be better defensively than they were last season.

New York Giants Season Preview

With Daboll improving Josh Allen’s game while at Buffalo. He is expected to make Jones better in what is a make or break season for the young quarterback. The Giants also brought in Tyrod Taylor in case Jones gets injured or struggles this season.

New York Giants Season Preview

The Giants will be better than they were last season, but they are still not ready to challenge. The Cowboys or Eagles in the NFC East standings. And will go through another losing season. Which is why Super Bowl 2023 predictions have them at +7000 odds to win the Super Bowl.

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