5 Giants players we can safely call busts after the 2023 season

These five NY Giants were quite simply busts in 2023
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1. Tackle Evan Neal

Should this really come as a surprise? After the Giants drafted offensive tackle Evan Neal with the No. 7 overall pick in the draft in 2022, Neal, to put it bluntly, has had a hard time adjusting in the NFL. After his struggles in his rookie season, Neal's sophomore year was no different.

He was expected to take a step forward, but time and time again Neal couldn't do anything positive in protecting Jones. His awful play in the loss to the Dolphins was one thing, but a disgusting performance in the loss to Seattle was another. Jones' neck injury came against Miami - you do the math there.

Neal's future at right tackle is totally unknown. There's buzz that the Giants could either draft an offensive tackle in the first round, or sign a new right tackle in free agency. Should that be the case, it could open the door for Neal to be moved inside to guard. This is something countless fans are hoping for this offseason.