3. The Giants have a healthy and improved skill position group
One thing the Giants have lacked is elite weapons for their quarterback, and it seems like they may finally have them. The Giants have plenty of weapons for Daniel Jones this season, and their skill position group is comparable, if not better, to their rivals.
The Giants have Kenny Golladay, Kadarius Toney, Sterling Shepard, and Robinson at wide receiver, with a healthy Saquon Barkley at running back. All of those players have been productive when they are on the field, they have just had durability issues, but all will seemingly be healthy and ready by Week 1.
In contrast, after having a loaded skill position group the last couple of seasons, the Cowboys lost Amari Cooper and Cedrick Wilson in free agency, and now deploy just Ceedee Lamb, Dalton Schultz, the injured Michael Gallup, and an aging Ezekiel Elliott. The Commanders have Curtis Samuel, Jahan Dotson, and Terry McLaurin, the first two which are unproven, and the Eagles have a pretty loaded group with AJ Brown, DeVonta Smith, Dallas Goedert, and Miles Saunders.
It is pretty clear that the Eagles have the best skill talent in the division thanks to the addition of Brown this offseason. While the Giants don’t have a No. 1 receiver like Washington or Dallas, they have much a deeper and talented skill position group, which gives Jones more weapons to utilize than his rivals.