4. Daniel Jones will gain chemistry with his new offensive weapons
Through the first three games, the Giants offense has been incredibly disappointing. While a large portion of the blame can be directed toward the offensive line, Daniel Jones and the skill positions still haven't been making the plays the team have needed them to. Regardless, as the season goes on Jones and his weapons will only become more comfortable with one another. This will lead to a jump in the team's offensive output.
For example, the Jones and Darren Waller connection hasn't been what we thought it would be thus far. While Waller had an incredible performance against the Cardinals in Week 2, he has been somewhat quiet in both of the Giants' other games. While again, this can be blamed on the Giants' offensive line giving Jones little time to throw, these two still haven't been as electric as we'd hoped even when the line plays well.
As the season progresses we're sure these two will get more used to one another, and this goes for the rest of the offense as well. Players like Jalin Hyatt and Wan'Dale Robinson will only see their snaps increase, thus giving the Giants some much-needed dynamic play in the receiving core. This is something the offense has lacked since Dave Gettleman traded away Odell Beckham Jr., so if these two can pan out it, it would be huge for the Giants' season.