4 biggest weaknesses on the NY Giants roster

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2. Interior offensive line

John Michael Schmitz was drafted 57th overall in April's draft and will be the Giants starting center in 2023. He is a rookie, though, so there will certainly be growing pains. Playing alongside Schmitz will likely be Mark Glowinski at right guard. Glowinski had an up-and-down 2022 season and was ranked as the 29th-best guard by PFF.

On the left side of Schmitz will be either Josh Ezeudu or Ben Bredeson. Ezeudu, a 2022 third-round pick, dealt with multiple injuries and played just 290 snaps in 2022. Bredeson also dealt with injury, and really struggled when on the field. PFF gave Bredeson a 57.5 grade for the 2022 season, which indicates he is a replaceable player. Glowinski can be serviceable for the Giants in 2023, but Big Blue is still looking for their two guards of the future.

Ezeudu is expected to come back to camp and play much better ball in Year 2. Marcus McKethan, a 2022 fifth-round pick who played college ball at North Carolina with Ezeudu, was one of many New York Giants to tear their ACL last year. He is an unknown, but a good athlete who could play some meaningful snaps next fall.

The oft-injured Shane Lemieux is also on the roster, as is Jack Anderson, who played sparingly last fall. It is safe to say there are a ton of questions on the inside of the Giants offensive line.