4 NY Giants primed for a breakout season in 2024

Are breakout campaigns coming for these playmakers?
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3. TE Daniel Bellinger

With all the buzz around whether or not Darren Waller will retire this offseason, the Giants could very well be in the mix for a new TE1. As of now, it seems like Daniel Bellinger is best fit for this job. Not only is he the most experienced on the roster, but his dual-threat abilities as a blocker and pass-catcher make him a nice fit on offense.

Bellinger has had a quiet career thus far. While in 2022, he made some big-time plays in the Giants' playoff journey, he had to take a backseat in '23 with the addition of Waller. Despite this, Bellinger still put up similar numbers, catching 25 passes for 255 yards and zero touchdowns through 17 games.

He may not become a superstar, but Bellinger has the chance to be a real difference-maker for the Giants offense in 2024. Not only will he provide a valuable safety net for Jones, but his abilities as a blocker will play a big role for the newly-signed Devin Singletary.