4 main things we've learned from the NY Giants offseason thus far

It's been a busy few months for Joe Schoen and the G-Men.
New York Giants OTA Offseason Workouts
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In about a month, the NY Giants will make their way to East Rutherford for the start of training camp. It's amazing how fast time is flying, but before you know it, the preseason and regular season will get here too. General manager Joe Schoen has worked overtime to try and get this team back to a competitive level.

With OTAs and minicamp wrapped up too, we're starting to get a clearer look at how this team might be able to perform in 2024. With that said, there are four things in particular that have stood out about this squad with Week 1 sneaking up on us:

4. This is going to be the Daniel Jones show in 2024

Some of you aren't going to like this, but Daniel Jones is going to be the starter for this team against the Vikings to open the year, and hopefully for the rest of the campaign. Early on this offseason, people were waiting for the Giants to replace Jones. With Drew Lock signed, the assumption was he could push for the QB1 job - that's not going to happen.

Then in late April, the assumption was that Schoen would trade up into the Top 3 to grab Jayden Daniels or Drake Maye. The NFL Draft passed by and no QB was taken. Schoen wanted to go after Maye, but things didn't fall into place for him. Because of this, the Giants have to go all-in on Danny Dimes for 2024 and hope he can finally put everything together.

It's not the situation that most fans wanted, but you've got to move forward with the cards you've been dealt. Jones has an improved offensive line and arguably the best wideout from the 2024 class (more on that later in this piece) now ready to make plays for him. Jones is going to be put in a position to succeed. Only time will tell if he does or not.