4. OL coach Bobby Johnson
I could have put any of the Giants 11 offensive linemen on this list, but since they all have played dreadfully, the blame needs to reside with the offensive line coach, Bobby Johnson. Unsurprisingly, PFF has the Giants graded as the least efficient run-blocking offensive line. New York has given up 96 pressures (most in the league), 70 hurries (most in the NFL), 10 hits (14th most), and 16 sacks (most). Daniel Jones has been running for his life far too many times this season.
Big Blue has been trailing in every game in 2023, which has forced them to have a pass-heavy offense, which has obviously not helped this O-line. The Giants were able to cover up O-line woes last season by getting early leads, which allowed them to rely on the ground attack.
The Giants have drafted five offensive linemen in the first three rounds of the draft since 2020, the most in the league. Johnson's been tasked with developing those premium assets but has failed. Two of those picks happened in 2022 with Josh Ezeudu and Evan Neal, who are not improving each week but are getting worse. Andrew Thomas is the only Giants offensive lineman who would start for other NFL teams and might be the only one who would ever play, which is a major problem.