1. Pass-rusher Azeez Ojulari
Lastly, will we see Azeez Ojulari play for the G-Men in Week 4? The third-year pass-rusher has missed the past two games with a hamstring injury. Last season, Ojulari was fantastic when healthy, posting 5.5 sacks in only seven games played. With that said, him missing 10 games last year and already missing two this season is disappointing.
During his rookie season, Ojulari was a force, posting eight sacks. There's no question that when he's fully healthy he can be a major contributor for this defense. He's simply having way too many issues keeping himself on the field, though, and fans are losing patience. He and Kayvon Thibodeaux entered the season with big expectations, but they haven't delivered.
The Giants pass-rush only has two sacks on the year, with both coming against San Francisco in Week 3. With Ojulari missing time with his injury, it has resulted in increased snaps for veteran pass-rusher Jihad Ward. Ojulari is the better option on the outside, but no one knows yet if he'll be okay to play vs. the Seahawks. Wink Martindale needs him back as soon as possible.