5 underrated moves the New York Giants have made this offseason

Will these five sneaky moves made by the G-Men pay off?
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1. Signing OL Jermaine Eluemunor

Once again, improving the offensive line is featured on this list. Jermaine Eluemunor signed this offseason and he's the projected left guard for 2024. Eluemunor also has plenty of experience at tackle, having played both positions for the Las Vegas Raiders. He's got veteran experience and is a welcome addition up front.

While Evan Neal is expected to get one last shot to prove his worth at right tackle, the idea of Eluemunor taking that spot over if the former No. 7 overall pick struggles is intriguing. Eluemunor has the ability to be a stud for the Giants and fans are still quite excited about Joe Schoen signing him.

Even though Eluemunor's pass-block rate was slightly above the average of a right tackle at 87.9 percent and he has only started double-digit games twice over his seven years in the NFL, he can still provide much-needed help on the offensive line. Do not be surprised if this move works out perfectly for the Giants. Eluemunor is definitely a bit underrated, but he should be ready to make a splash in the NFC East.