5 under-the-radar NY Giants players who can help this team get back on track

Can these five players help turn things around for Big Blue?
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2. OG Jermaine Eluemunor

Just like with Runyan, the Giants got some more help with the offensive line as they added veteran guard/tackle Jermaine Eluemunor on a two-year contract. Schoen made it a top priority to fix the Giants offensive line and adding someone like Eluemunor could prove to be massive.

Eluemunor spent the last two seasons with the Las Vegas Raiders and he was quite strong for the AFC West side. He started all 17 games for Las Vegas in 2022 and followed that up with 14 starts and 17 appearances in 2023. That kind of durability is not something Giants fans have been used to see

Eluemunor is a reliable pass-blocker that the Giants needed. Over the last two seasons, he allowed just nine sacks. His versatility is going to help out this team, too. While he's set to start out at left guard, the door is open for the veteran to potentially move to right tackle should Evan Neal struggle at camp or during the early part of the season. A potential position change will be something to watch for him.