2. Randy Bullock
For some Giants fans, if you’re wondering why the name Randy Bullock sounds familiar, it should. In Week 1 of the 2022 season as a member of the Tennessee Titans, Bullock missed what would have been the game-winning 47-yard field goal to beat the Giants. But instead, his miss sailed off and the Giants ended up winning the game and it was the beginning of a 7-2 start to the season and a playoff year for the Giants.
Bullock would eventually get over that miss, as he would only miss two other field goals that season, going 17-for-20 in 2022 for the Titans. Bullock also has previous history with the team, as he was briefly a member of the Giants back in the 2016 season, kicking for them for one game, the opener against the Dallas Cowboys.
Bullock was then released because he was only there for one game due to a one-game suspension to then-kicker Josh Brown. Bullock, just like Succop, has remained a free agent and was also a salary cap casualty when he was released by the Titans in late February. Bullock could be another potential option for the Giants again if they need him to replace Gano because of the knee injury.