1. CB Aaron Robinson
The Giants secondary currently looks to be in a tough place. Xavier McKinney and Julian Love are securing the safety positions. Adoree’ Jackson is locked in as the team’s primary cornerback. But past that, things look shaky,
Darnay Holmes looked elite during training camp. He looks to be locked in as the Giants’ slot cornerback. But with Jackson locked in at CB1, and Holmes in the slot, the CB2 is still up in the air.
At the moment, it looks like Aaron Robinson will be holding down the positiob, but based on his struggles during the preseason, some people are skeptical as to whether he is the man for the job or not. In the team’s first preseason game against the New England Patriots, Robinson struggled heavily. The AFC East side targeted him early and often.
Robinson played in all three preseason games. He recorded just seven tackles while posting a PFF defensive grade of 33.4. If Robinson’s struggles carry over into the season, the Giants’ secondary could be in trouble. A strong performance from Robinson could put people’s minds at ease. But if he looks shaky, many will question the Giants long-term plan at the position.