2. OG Mark Glowinski
It has been a very inconsistent two years for the 31-year-old guard out of West Virginia. Many fans were excited about getting Mark Glowinski after his playing days with the Indianapolis Colts two years ago. People thought that he could provide great stability and leadership to an offensive line that has been struggling in recent years.
After starting 16 games for the Giants last season, Glowinski was benched this year multiple times. He has appeared in 12 contests this fall/winter, but only posted five starts. Glowinski has had some solid weeks, but found himself replaced by second-year player Marcus McKethan and Ben Bredeson.
Glowinski had big-time expectations for this season, but he simply did not live up to the hype for the Giants. The offense as a whole took a major step back, with the offensive line letting down Daniel Jones, Tommy DeVito and Tyrod Taylor. Glowinski returning to East Rutherford next season can't happen.