4 changes the Giants must make this season to bounce back

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3. Keep Daniel Jones on his feet and give him time

It’s been the same story for years now. “When are we going to fix the offensive line.” “We haven’t had a good offensive line in 10 years.” The biggest complaint every Giants fan has is just how bad the offensive line has been over the last few years. The only trustworthy offensive lineman has been Andrew Thomas. Thomas needs some help.

Last year the team dealt with the Evan Neal drama and despite it, they will give Neal another chance. The team signed Jon Runyan and Jermaine Eluemunor. Those are two key additions and the hope is they can help get things stable up front for Daniel Jones.

If Jones is upright, it will allow him to make the throws down the field that we haven’t seen recently, but it will also allow him to be a huge threat on his designed runs. The biggest question for the Giants will be if they actually did enough to fix this issue or just patched it up for the time being.