After a horrific 4-13 season, the NY Giants made several changes for the better to the roster. Whether it be through the draft or free agency, Joe Schoen and the front office added several potentially key players to the Giants’ success next season.
The offense of the NY Giants was one of, if not the worst in the entire NFL. Therefore, it is a good thing that Schoen added several players in key positions on this side of the ball, regardless of how much the team intends to compete this season.
While there are a good amount of returners to the Giants offense, there are still some exciting new faces to the team who will likely make a big impact on the success of the team next season.
Here is my prediction of what the NY Giants’ starting offense will look like next season:
Quarterback: Daniel Jones
This was one of the more obvious predictions to make.
Entering his fourth, and most important, season, Daniel Jones is looking to earn his next contract with the Giants after the team declined his fifth-year option.
Jones has not had the best career as a Giant. While not all of it is his fault, as a combination of poor personnel and bad coaching staffs have had a very negative effect on his development.
While Jones has had several moments in which he has looked like a very good QB and has shown the potential to be a franchise player for the team, he has had a ton of moments in which he looks just flat-out bad.
Despite this, I believe in Jones and his ability to be a great QB in this league. He has a great arm with unbelievable deep ball accuracy, tremendous mobility, and when he isn’t staring down his receiver, he throws a great short ball as well.
If he can put all of these tools together behind a revamped offensive line and potentially elite receiving corps, I believe he will be ready for his best season yet.