3. The Giants starters vs the Jets starters
NY Jets head coach Robert Saleh said that Jets starters will play anywhere from one quarter and one half of football. The Giants have not seen too much of the other teams’ starters in their first two games. This will be a good chance to see the ones go against the ones.
In Daniel Jones’ two preseason games, he’s looked sharp in Brain Daboll’s offensive system. Daboll and the other coaches have tried to run plays that highlight Jones’ strengths. The team also made some significant changes to the offensive line with three new starters in 2022. Giants fans will be looking to see the starting offense run smoothly in the final preseason game.
The Giants special teams have been an area that needs a lot of work before the regular season starts. Big Blue’s kickoff and punt return coverage has not been good enough. They let up a 73-yard kickoff return where starting kicker Graham Gano had to dive and make an attempt at a tackle. He came out of the game for concussion protocol, and luckily he’s doing better this week. Look for the Giants to sharpen up those special teams units.