New York Giants Depth Chart: offense

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Jun 16, 2015; East Rutherford, NJ, USA; New York Giants tackle Ereck Flowers (76) takes part in practice during minicamp at Quest Diagnostics Training Center. Mandatory Credit: Steven Ryan-USA TODAY Sports

Offensive Line:

Left Tackle: Ereck Flowers

Flowers is the Giants first round draft pick entering his first season. Flowers has a tall test ahead of him, as the Will Beatty injury puts him as the left tackle of this team. Flowers is a raw pass protector but is a beast in run blocking.

Left Guard: John Jerry

John Jerry is back with the Giants this season. Jerry is an adequate offensive guard who can get the job done, but he isn’t going to wow you.

Center: Weston Richburg

Richburg is looking to take the starting center job after being moved around a bit in his first season. Richburg is a strong blocking center with a high football IQ and the ability to play guard as well.

Right Guard: Geoff Schwartz

Schwartz missed most of last season with an injury but is without a doubt the best and most accomplished lineman the Giants have.

Right Tackle: Justin Pugh

Pugh was the Giants first round pick in 2013. He hasn’t played to the expectations of the Giants faithful so far. He needs to step up and be a leader for this team. He could end up playing as a guard.


Marshall Newhouse

Newhouse is experienced but has struggled both with the Green Bay Packers and the Cincinnati Bengals. He can play guard and tackle if he is called upon.

Brett Jones

From the CFL Jones will compete with Richburg for the center position. He has a chance to end up as a guard if the Giants need to shuffle the offensive line this season.

Dallas Reynolds

Dallas Reynolds is an experienced player and he could hold his own if he had to. Though I’m not sure Giants fans really want to see the Giants get to that point.

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