The NY Giants have had nine players start more than six games at center in a season since 2010. Here is a breakdown of their best centers of the decade.
The only thing that has been consistent about the center position for the NY Giants over the past ten seasons is the turnover that has occurred. When the team has managed to have almost as many players start a minimum of six games in a season as there have been seasons in the decade, that is not a very good sign.
Since the 2010 season, the Giants have had Shaun O’Hara, Adam Koets, David Baas, Jim Cordle, J.D. Walton, Weston Richburg, Brett Jones, Spencer Pulley and Jon Halapio all start a minimum of six games in a season for the team.
As one might imagine, having this much turnover at a key position on the offensive line has been one of the causes of the inconsistency and ineffectiveness that the Giants have witnessed from their offensive line in the past decade.
Following what has been an extremely disappointing season from current center Jon Halapio, coupled with the news that he injured his Achilles tendon in the Week 17 game against the Philadelphia Eagles, Giants fans can likely expect yet another starter at the position in 2020.
Taking into account the amount of turnover at the position and the level of inconsistency, here are the top three centers for the Giants over the last decade of play: