3 biggest offseason mistakes that are haunting the NY Giants right now

General manager Joe Schoen has let this team down in a big way
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2. Not adding quality offensive linemen

The Giants came into the offseason knowing that the offensive line was in need of major work. There were questions at every position beside left tackle. The organization did draft the best center available in John Michael Schmitz, but that's where it stopped.

Thus far this season, the Giants have given up almost 30 sacks, which is ludicrous to even think about. Daniel Jones has had basically no time to throw the ball, with constant pressure being put on him. Things reached a new low for the Giants OL in Week 5, as Jones was sacked and he suffered a neck injury, which has cost him a chance at playing vs. the Bills this weekend.

Due to injuries, guys like Joshua Ezeudu, Shane Lemieux, Marcus McKethan and others have been forced to play significant snaps. Yeah, that hasn't gone well at all. The Giants did sign Justin Pugh to the practice squad and they're interested in potentially signing La'El Collins, but ignoring things until now was a major mistake from Schoen. He owes it to Danny Dimes to get things cleaned up ASAP.