3 positive takeaways from NY Giants OTAs and 2 concerns

Will the G-Men be able to keep the good vibes going ahead of Week 1?
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3. Malik Nabers isn't letting the pressure get to him - positive

Since late April, Nabers has been winning everyone over in New York and New Jersey thanks to the confidence and swagger that he plays with. Finally, the G-Men have a WR1 that people can get excited about - Nabers' presence alone has to feel like a major win for Jones and the rest of the quarterbacks room.

While it's still early on in the offseason program, Nabers has been nothing short of fantastic learning the offense and executing his routes. The word in East Rutherford is that Nabers is showcasing great speed, great hands and creating separation. Again, the plays that he's making in May won't mean much of anything until the campaign gets here, but it's hard not to get excited.

"You can tell he loves football. It's important to him. He cares a lot about it. Wants to get it right. Obviously, he's extremely talented. Everybody knows that. Great route runner, strong, fast, adjusts to the ball well. All the things you look for. It will be a process. I look forward to putting in the work with him."

Daniel Jones on Malik Nabers

Will Nabers be able to top 1,000 yards this campaign, becoming the first Giants player to do so since Odell Beckham Jr. was still around? We'll find out down the road, but this kid has all the potential in the world to make it happen.