4. Offensive lineman Jon Feliciano
The offensive line as a whole was a nightmare for the Giants this year – a complete and total nightmare. Center Jon Feliciano was brought in to try and help the overhaul of the unit, but he disappointed time and time again for Brian Daboll during the regular season. Feliciano got better in the second half and looked sharp at times in the postseason, but the inconsistency is a worry.
The fact that he was a Pro Bowl alternate is something we couldn’t believe when it was announced and we’re still in shock to be perfectly honest. Feliciano was brought in on a one-year deal to prove himself. People were hoping he’d be able to step in as a veteran up front and provide Daniel Jones with some great protection. At times he did. At others, well, he didn’t.
Instead, Feliciano, along with basically every other linemen execept for Andrew Thomas, was disappointing to watch. In 2023, Feliciano will be suiting up for his ninth NFL season. Schoen should focus on finding a different starting center as part of improving the offensive line. Maybe bring back Nick Gates and give him the job? Who knows, Feliciano could ink a new deal with NY, but we feel like his time with the squad should come to a close.