4 changes the Giants must make this season to bounce back

Will NY and Brian Daboll get things corrected in 2024?
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The 2023 campaign was an all out disaster for the NY Giants. Coming off of a great 2022 season which saw the Giants win a playoff game, the hope was that more strong play would be followed this past fall and winter - that wasn't the case. Now, though, it's time to look forward to the future.

The Giants have made a lot of changes to the roster this offseason. We will see some new faces in big roles. Guys like Malik Nabers and Brian Burns will be the biggest additions. Saquon Barkely and Darren Waller are the biggest subtractions, while Xavier McKinney will also be missed.

Things are going to be tough for Brian Daboll and Joe Schoen, but the hope is the new faces in town can make a massive difference. With that said, there are also four changes we'd like to see in '24 that very well could help the G-Men get back on the right track:

4. Let the Giants wide receivers do their thing

We all know the Giants have struggled getting the ball to wide receivers. The wide receivers room has been one of the least exciting in football in recent years. That could be changing this year. The Giants need to make it a point to get these young playmakers more involved going forward.

Nabers, of course, will be the focus as the Giants drafted him No. 6 overall, but for the first time in a long time the unit should be a strength. In addition, guys like Wan'Dale Robinson, Jaylin Hyatt and Darius Slayton all will be very involved. With guys like Barkley and Waller gone, it should give the wide receiver core even more opportunities to catch passes.

This is easily the best unit Daniel Jones has ever had in his career. It's easy to think this could be the best wide reciver core since 2016 when the Giants had Odell Beckham Jr., Victor Cruz and Sterling Shepard together.