5 NY Giants playing their last game with the team in Week 18

There are going to be plenty of roster changes for the G-Men this offseason

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There's still one game left to be played for the NY Giants this season, but the campaign can already be written off as a major disappointment. If the G-Men fall to Philly on Sunday, they'll close out 2023 with a 5-12 record, which no one expected after Brian Daboll and Co. made the playoffs in '22.

This offseason is going to be massive for general manager Joe Schoen, as he's got to make some tough calls to improve the squad on both sides of the ball. With that said, plenty of guys simply can't be back on the roster once Week 1 rolls around. That includes these five guys, who very well could be playing their last game with Big Blue this weekend:

5. OT Matt Peart

Matt Peart will more than likely playing his last game as a New York Giant this upcoming Sunday against the Eagles. In his four-year career, the 2020 NFL Draft pick out of UConn has appeared in 42 games, but only started six of them. The 26-year-old tackle has been injured numerous times and found himself getting beat out by multiple offensive linemen the Giants have signed throughout his tenure with Big Blue.

Still, at 6-7 and 315 pounds, another team may find themselves interested in his size and sign him next offseason. Peart had some praise coming out of the draft, but simply never lived up to the hype. He'll start on Sunday vs. Philly with Evan Neal and Tyre Phillips injured.

Whether it was Nate Solder, Phillips. or Neal,Peart could not crack the starting lineup. It would be surprising to see him back in blue after his rookie contract expires. At this point, it feels like a fresh start would be beneficial for both parties.