1. NY Giants secondary vs Steelers receivers
It’s no secret at all that the NY Giants have some question marks in the secondary. The secondary is so weak that no matter who is starting on the outside opposite James Bradberry, there are questions accompanying that defender.
Can Logan Ryan be reliable on the outside if they want to play him there and is he comfortable enough with the system yet? Is Corey Ballentine ready for a starting role? Is Isaac Yiadom going to improve significantly from his days in Denver?
On the other side of the coin though, the Steelers are rolling out a receiving corps of JuJu Smith-Schuster, Diontae Johnson, James Washington, and Chase Claypool. The first three combined for 145 catches, 1,967 yards, and 11 touchdowns with very poor quarterback play. It raises legitimate questions that simply put just cannot be answered for Giants fans at this point in time.
While the assumption will be that Big Blue will be fine on the part of the field that has James Bradberry, the opposite outside corner and the slot corners will have their hands very full.