Here is the NY Giants projected starting offense

Giants quarterback Daniel Jones and wide receiver Kenny Golladay (Image via The Record)
Giants quarterback Daniel Jones and wide receiver Kenny Golladay (Image via The Record) /
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After adding wide receivers Kenny Golladay and Kadarius Toney along with tight end Kyle Rudolph, the NY Giants’ offense will look much different in 2021

The NY Giants are set to feature a new-look offense for 2021.

Dating back to 2019, only two starters remain from that season’s opening starting lineup: Sterling Shepard & Will Hernandez.Last year, the Giants featured a brand new offensive line that returns four of five starters. Daniel Jones is only entering his second full season as the starting quarterback, and the team’s unquestioned leader.

The Giants added new pieces this offseason and are set to welcome back familiar faces such as Saquon Barkley and Nate Solder. Expect the offense to come out looking to prove something after the worst Giants offense in over 20 years.

Here’s a look at the NY Giants’ starting offense in 2021

NY Giants Starting Quarterback: Daniel Jones


Jones is the centerpiece of this potent NY Giants offense.

After mixed performances in his first two seasons, Jones needs to step up and show he can lead the NY Giants on offense and he can be a reliable quarterback.

Most importantly, it’s time Jones starts consistently being a factor or the reason why the Giants win. Jones can no longer be a game manager, he needs to be the guy leading the offense and contributing to its success.

This offense will go as far as Jones takes them. If he stays healthy, it could be a breakout season for Danny Dimes.