How many NY Giants will make 2021 All-NFC East offense?

Detroit Lions wide receiver Kenny Golladay (Mandatory Credit: Tim Fuller-USA TODAY Sports)
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The NY Giants have some work to do to win the NFC East in 2021, and here, we look at what an All-NFC East offense could look like this season.

NFL Training camps are set to open across the country next week, with the NY Giants hitting the practice field for the first time on July 28, and for the first time in two years, fans will be treated to a full summer’s worth of preseason games leading up to the 2021 NFL regular season kicking off in September.

The NY Giants will look dramatically different on both sides of the ball, following a massive offseason spending spree that netted wide receiver Kenny Golladay, former first-round pick John Ross, and veteran tight end Kyle Rudolph to quarterback Daniel Jones’ arsenal as he enters his third NFL season.

Will it be enough to power the Giants back to the postseason for the first time since 2016, or even make a push for the NFC East division championship in head coach Joe Judge’s second season at the helm?

Golladay is primed to make a legitimate impact, and running back Saquon Barkley’s eventual return could spark the NY Giants’ offense to be one of the league’s more prolific.

But, which NY Giants have the best chance of being the best players at their position in the NFC East?

Here are our preseason predictions for who will make the 2021 All-NFC East offensive team, including which NY Giants could be standouts in the division:

Center: Chase Roullier, Washington

Roullier is one of the NFL’s up and coming centers, and is coming off the most dominant season of his young career.

Entering his fifth NFL season, Roullier allowed just one sack last season and only three quarterback hits. Given running back Antonio Gibson’s versatility as a playmaker as a runner or pass-catcher out of the backfield and quarterback Ryan Fitpatrick’s veteran stability, if Roullier can continue to anchor the Football Team’s offensive line at a high level, Washington could make a strong playoff push this season.