New York Giants: Grading The Offense Before Free Agency

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Sep 8, 2014; Detroit, MI, USA; New York Giants tight end

Larry Donnell

(84) makes a catch in the end zone for a touchdown while being defended by Detroit Lions free safety

Isa Abdul-Quddus

(42) during the second quarter at Ford Field. Mandatory Credit: Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports

Tight Ends Grades: 80 B-

Larry Donnell is a good tight end but he is not a Rob Gronkowski or a Jimmy Graham. He had 63 receptions and 6 touchdowns in 2014. This is very good production from a tight end. The problem however is that Donnell was inconsistent and had big games and bad games.

The other tight ends on the roster Adrien Robinson and Daniel Fells only amassed 21 receptions. The young Jerome Cunningham may work into the mix at some point. The problem is that it is Donnell and everybody else at the tight end position. None of the Giants tight ends are exceptional blockers.

The Giants could use a compliment to Donnell in two tight end packages. Like the running back position, the tight ends are serviceable but nothing special.

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