4 most important Giants questions Joe Schoen must answer at the NFL Combine

The busy offseason is about to kick into overdrive for the G-Men

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The offseason has been interesting already for the NY Giants, but things are about to reach a new level for general manager Joe Schoen. That's because the NFL Combine is here and countless prospects are going to look to turn heads across the board. Schoen will obviously speak to reporters and answer a lot of questions that people have on their minds.

Following the Combine, the NFL Draft will sneak up on everyone even more, as late April feels like it's right around the corner. Having said that, here are the main topics of conversation we have on our mind that we'd love Schoen to discuss in the coming days:

4. Is Daniel Jones really the starting quarterback of the future for this team?

To start things off, Daniel Jones' status with this team moving forward is totally up in the air. Danny Dimes looked sharp in 2022, leading the G-Men to a 9-7-1 record and a trip to the postseason for the first time since 2016. The Wild Card Round win over the Vikings was downright electric, with Jones making plays with his arm and wheels.

However, everything that could have gone wrong for Jones this past season did. The neck injury was one thing, but his torn ACL in Week 9 against the Raiders was heartbreaking. Jones just couldn't stay healthy and his long injuries list is a growing concern for Schoen and Brian Daboll. Schoen has said the plan is for Jones to start Week 1, but could he give up on the $160 million investment?

The Giants have an out following the '24 campaign, as the dead cap hit heading into 2025 would be $22 million. If Schoen wants to stick with Jones, then he has to do something about the terrible offensive line he's been forced to line up behind in East Rutherford. If Schoen still believes in Jones, he needs to surround him with more playmakers, period.