NY Giants’ 4 weakest positions heading into 2024

These are still areas of concern for the G-Men
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3. Quarterback

When the Giants had their major success in 2022, Daniel Jones and the quarterback position was arguably the biggest reason why, and when the team has failed, that’s also been true. There’s a reason why it’s the most important position in all of sports. Last season, the Giants didn’t exactly get stellar play out of their quarterbacks, whether it was Jones, Tyrod Taylor or Tommy DeVito, and it contributed to a miserable campaign.

The Giants’ troubles at the position were highly publicized throughout the 2024 NFL Draft coverage, and now they’re entering the season with the aforementioned Jones, DeVito and former second-rounder Drew Lock.

Looking around the NFL, it’s one of the weaker quarterback rooms, until Jones proves otherwise. He’s their starter at the moment, but Lock will be nipping at his heels all season long, with DeVito ready to run with whatever chance is thrown his way.

Daboll can work some magic, but it’s evident where the Giants stand in terms of talent at the quarterback position. We’ll see if the signal-caller is a strength for the Giants like in 2022, or if it remains a weakness moving forward.