LT, Andrew Thomas
At times this season, Giants left tackle Andrew Thomas has looked like the most dominant guy on the field. Now in his third season, while serving as the leader of this offensive line, he has fully found his footing in the NFL.
Throughout this season, Thomas has kept Jones safe in the pocket often. He has also contributed to big plays in nearly every game. According to PFF, Thomas has allowed just three sacks over 927 offensive snaps. Along with this, he has also earned a PFF grade of 86.5, which is the fourth-best among all tackles in the NFL.
The Giants offensive line, while showing flashes of potential, is still full of gaps. Rookie right tackle Evan Neal is on his way to becoming a reliable option, but has still dealt with issues during his first season. On the interior, the Giants have had a revolving door of starters. None of them have shined like many anticipated they would. Instead, Thomas has been the star of the bunch,
Ahead of Thomas, Tristan Wirfs of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Lane Johnson of the Philadelphia Eagles, and Trent Williams of the San Francisco 49ers earned Pro Bowl nods. While each of them have put together dominant campaigns in 2022, arguably none have been as strong as Thomas. He is one of the biggest snubs on the 2022 Pro Bowl roster.