Poll: What Is New York Giants’ Biggest Concern?


New York Giants Nation, we would like to hear from you! What do you think the Giants biggest concern is going into the next season? Before you vote in our poll, lets examine the big three concerns of this team.

The offensive line seems to be the big ticket concern for most Giants fans. The offensive line is crucial to success in the NFL, or for that matter any level of football. After Will Beatty went down with a torn pectoral muscle, an injury that will see him sidelined for 5-6 months, Ereck Flowers has to hold the fort down at left tackle.

Jun 8, 2015; East Rutherford, NJ, USA; New York Giants tackle Ereck Flowers during organized team activities at Quest Diagnostics Training Center. Mandatory Credit: Noah K. Murray-USA TODAY

The Giants have an open competition between Brett Jones and Weston Richburg for the center position. John Jerry and Justin Pugh are assumed to be starters but they need to prove themselves this season. Weston Richburg is returning from an injury that kept him out the majority of the 2014 season.

Defensively the Giants have a lot of concerns as well. Their front seven looks better on paper but will it be in reality? The run defense is heavily dependent on Jon Beason to stay on the field at the interior linebacker position-this is something that we really cannot count on. The defense gave up 4.9 yards per carry in 2014. This is something the Giants obviously need to improve on going forward.

The secondary could also be problematic. Between 3 options for their two safety positions they have almost no experience in the NFL. Cooper Taylor and Nat Berhe are competing for the free safety position, while Landon Collins is obviously the answer at strong safety. Inexperience can be dangerous in the back-end of the defense.

So Giants fans, what do you think is the Giants biggest concern going forward? Is it the offensive line, defensive front seven or the back-end of the defense? Vote in our poll and chime in on the comment section!

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