3. Injuries continue to be an issue for Darren Waller
The Giants surprised everyone around the NFL this offseason as they traded for former Pro Bowl tight end Darren Waller. Waller is a player with plenty of potential, as people haven't forgotten about his back-to-back 1,000-yard seasons with the Raiders.
However, injuries have resurfaced for Waller the last couple of years, in particular this past season as he only had 388 receiving yards and three touchdowns in his limited action. The Giants are quite excited about Waller's impact with NY moving forward, but we can't forget that he's missed 17 games in the last two years.
When healthy, no one can argue that Waller is one of the top tight ends in the game. He and Jones have already developed strong chemistry at OTAs and minicamp. However, if he gets hurt midway through the season or is forced to miss games on a consistent level, it'd be a major issue for the offense.