New York Giants: Grading The Offense Before Free Agency

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Sep 8, 2014; Detroit, MI, USA; New York Giants helmet on the bench against the Detroit Lions at Ford Field. Mandatory Credit: Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports

Overall Offensive Grade: 89/100 B+

The Giants offense is led by a great quarterback with great receivers. Eli Manning has a special chemistry with both Beckham Jr. and Cruz and it shows on the field. The offense relies on short and intermediate passes that beautifully set up the deep pass.

The offensive line is not great but it is serviceable. Signs point to a much better unit in 2015 if the linemen can avoid injury. The running back and tight end positions have serviceable options.

Leaning on Manning’s ability to get the ball into his play-making receivers, the Giants offense has the potential to be very good. If the Giants added more of a running dimension to their game they would be unstoppable. The Giants offense when broken down to parts scores a B+ but it has A+ potential. It will be interesting to see how they upgrade the position.

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