1. Giants OT Evan Neal
I want to make it clear: I by no means want to give up on Neal yet. He was drafted in the first round for a reason and has a much higher ceiling at right tackle than any other player on New York's roster. That said, he could use a reset, especially given his recent asinine comments, and sitting on the side and learning from a different perspective could do him wonders.
His numbers this season are unimaginably bad. Out of 23 Giants who have made at least one block this season, Neal is ranked 22nd by PFF. In 260 offensive snaps this year, all at right tackle, the Alabama product has allowed 20 pressures (most on the Giants), 15 hurries (most on the Giants), and four hits (most on the Giants).
He stunk up the joint again in Miami, giving up six pressures, and went viral for this awful play, which sums up his season:
After his comments last week, many are out to get Neal, and his play gives them plenty of material. Plenty are noticing his poor play, including Pro Football Hall of Famer and current commentator Shannon Sharpe. Neal continues to haunt this team with his play - either move him to guard or find a replacement at RT.