#1 New York Giants 2021 free agency von kill613 23.03.2021 03:59

In the lead-up to the start of free agency on March 17 and opening day of the 2021 NFL Draft on April 29, we'll be taking a position-by-position look at all 32 NFL teams with a focus on the starting spots that have question marks heading into next season.To get more YOUTH GAME Giants jerseys with cheap price, you can visit giantsnfl.com official website.

A second-place finish in the 2020 NFC East sounds more impressive than the New York Giants’ season actually was. The group showed some feistiness under first-year coach Joe Judge, particularly on defense, but the Giants' roster still isn't ready to truly compete for a playoff berth.
The offensive line has a long way to go from what it put on tape in 2020 to even average play, and New York’s strength up front on the defensive line will be susceptible to several losses in free agency. It’s what the Giants do around the margins over the coming weeks to continue improving this roster that will help determine their outlook moving forward.

The key for New York’s offense in 2021 will be to put enough pieces in place to confidently evaluate where things stand with Jones as the franchise’s quarterback moving forward. The last thing a team wants is to not surround its young quarterback with enough talent at receiver or along the offensive line to know whether he can be successful in an even average offensive environment.

At wide receiver, the Giants should prioritize adding a dynamic receiving threat to lead a solid complementary group, one that includes Slayton, Shepard and Engram heading into next season following the expected release of Golden Tate.

The offensive line remains the biggest liability with this current group, though. Thomas and Shane Lemieux had their fair share of “downs” as rookies. Thomas is all but guaranteed to keep his job at left tackle after some stronger play down the stretch, but the other spots are less certain. Will Hernandez and Lemieux will likely battle it out for the left guard job — potentially the weakest position on the offensive line. At center, it seems Gates is the favorite to maintain his starting job.
Zeitler and Nate Solder will likely need to restructure their current deals, but both would provide some veteran stability on the right side of the offensive line should they be the starting right guard and right tackle, respectively, in 2021. If the team doesn’t bring back Solder, 2020 draft selection Matt Peart could get a shot at that starting job.

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