1. TE Daniel Bellinger
Following his fourth-round selection in the 2022 NFL Draft, many NY Giants fans were excited for what Daniel Bellinger could bring to the team after the G-Men saw some much turnover at the position from last season.
After being named the starting TE to start the preseason, many NY Giants fans, rightfully, were very excited that the team was as high on Bellinger as they were. While I doubt a “poor” performance would have Bellinger benched, it would be great to see his career start off with a bang against New England.
Bellinger is seen as a block-first TE with a ton of upside as a receiver. If he is able to come out of the gates hot as a pass catcher early, it would be huge for the NY Giants offense, as the team has been without a consistent TE for a very long time.
With rather weak competition behind him, it is likely that Bellinger will remain the TE1 of the team for the entire season regardless of how he plays. However, if he is able to perform well in the preseason, then it is very likely he will undoubtedly secure his spot as a starter for the year. Let’s see how the youngster does vs. New England.