3 ways the NY Giants improved this offseason and 2 ways they didn't

It was a far from perfect offseason for the Giants and Joe Schoen
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1. Quarterbacks room - did not improve

Here we go to the quarterbacks room. Everyone thought that Schoen and Co. were going to attack the quarterback position heavily this offseason, and I mean, they did.....just not the way everyone thought they would. With so much hype around the quarterback class in this draft season, everyone thought Schoen would draft at least one of the QBs coming out. There were multiple rumors from J.J. McCarthy to Michael Penix, and even Spencer Rattler. With the Giants on the clock at pick No. 6 and McCarthy on the board, Schoen didn't reach and went with Nabers instead. He tried to trade up for Drake Maye, but didn't have any luck in that pursuit.

The Giants lost quarterback Tyrod Taylor to the Jets, but added Drew Lock. Despite rumors that Lock could be in play to start at QB, Daniel Jones is penciled in as the starting quarterback for now. Other than the addition of Lock, the Giants recently added Nathan Rourke, who started in the CFL last season. Rourke will battle in camp for the No. 3 spot against Tommy DeVito.

With the Giants choosing not to add a QB in the draft at all, the future at the position is just as unclear as ever. Unless Jones has a Pro Bowl caliber season and posts some insane numbers, it's hard to believe that Daboll and Schoen won't be looking for a new signal-caller next season. With the only QB left on the market that could be seen as an "improvement" to the room being Ryan Tannehill, it all but seems that Schoen and Daboll will let this season play out before figuring out the future of the position.