The NY Giants should move on from these 3 offensive lineman pronto
In the midst of a 4-12 season, the NY Giants offensive line has seemingly reached rock bottom.
With a 2022 NFL Draft class that is full of offensive linemen, it seems as if the Giants should move on from some of their current offensive linemen to make room for rookies or potential free agent signings.
If the NY Giants truly want to rebuild their offensive line they will draft 2-3 offensive linemen during this year’s draft, and with the NY Giants having 9 total draft picks this year, they have plenty of draft capital to spend on a couple of replacements.
With that being said, here are 3 offensive linemen the NY Giants should move on from if they want to improve next season:
NY Giants OT, Nate Solder:
This one is obvious, and there is likely no chance Nate Solder returns to the NY Giants next season, whether he retires, is released, etc.
Solder has truly been one of the worst offensive linemen in all of football this season, getting embarrassed by opposing defenders week in and week out, gaining a grade of 59.4 and surrendering 6 sacks on the season, per PFF.
There have been several moments throughout the season in which Solder has gotten flat-out embarrassed by opposing defenders, which for his 6’8, 325 pound frame, should be close to impossible, however, Solder makes it possible by simply being that bad.
It is truly hard for me to understand how a 6’8, 325 pound offensive lineman who has been playing in the NFL for 10 years manages to get bullied the way Solder does.
It makes too much sense for the NY Giants to get rid of Solder after this season, he is not going to get any better as time goes on, plus, with the NY Giants having two top 10 picks as of 1/6/21, it would be in their best interest to draft Solder’s replacement.