The NY Giants’ offensive line could hold the key to unlocking the potential of an offense that includes Saquon Barkley, Daniel Jones, Kenny Golladay in 2021
A strong argument can be made that the NY Giants will only go as far as their offensive line will take them.
By opting not to draft an offensive lineman, it’s obvious that Giants general manager Dave Gettleman and head Joe Judge have faith in the development of their young hog mollies.
Is that faith warranted?
Here are three reasons why the offensive line can improve and show that standing pat this offseason was the right decision.
Here’s a look at three reasons why the NY Giants’ offensive line will defy expectations and improve in 2021:
It’s no secret that Joe Judge and former offensive line coach Marc Colombo weren’t on the same page last season, which ultimately led to Colombo’s firing mid-season. After Dave DeGuglielmo and the Giants couldn’t reach a deal this offseason, they hired Rob Sale.
Sale was the offensive line coach and offensive coordinator at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette from 2018-2020.
With Sale in place, his vision likely aligns better with Judge, which can lead to better results from the offensive line this season.