RT Cameron Fleming
The Giants’ offensive line has been a disaster for large swaths of this season, and while Cam Fleming was brought in essentially as yet another one-year Band Aid opposite No. 4 overall pick Andrew Thomas, his play has done little to inspire confidence he can be a long-term bookend.
Fleming has surrendered six sacks, four quarterback hits, and 35 total pressures this season as Pro Football Focus gives the 28-year-old a meager 58.2 overall grade
It doesn’t exactly inspire confidence in Fleming that Judge and the coaching staff have taken to rotating Fleming and rookie tackle Matt Peart.
One of the reasons the Giants signed Fleming was his experience playing for offensive coordinator Jason Garrett and offensive line coach March Colombo, but with Colombo fired last month and Garrett’s performance perhaps putting his own job on the line, there’s little reason to consider bringing Fleming back in 2021.