NY Giants’ 4 weakest positions heading into 2024

These are still areas of concern for the G-Men
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1. Right tackle

The position of right tackle has been a black hole for the Giants ever since Eli Manning was still under center for New York. When Evan Neal was drafted out of Alabama, he was supposed to fix that. Neal and Andrew Thomas were slated to bookend the team’s offensive line for the next decade, but Neal’s been putrid since coming into the league with the immense hype he gained while playing with the Crimson Tide.

Many theorized the Giants would move on from playing Neal at right tackle over the offseason. However, he’s currently slated to start at the position for New York in 2024, with a new offensive line coach showing him the ropes.

It could be Neal’s final chance, as the Giants won’t be content to let his play derail New York from some potential wins any longer. Entering his third season, it’s get up or get out time for the former Alabama star.

The Giants won’t hesitate to replace Evan Neal if he can’t get the job done for the team in 2024. The honeymoon is over, and it’s time for Neal to turn the right tackle position from a weakness to a strength in 2024.