New York Giants assessment: Much need for improvement

Joe Judge, New York Giants. (Photo by Rich Schultz/Getty Images)
Joe Judge, New York Giants. (Photo by Rich Schultz/Getty Images) /
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Let’s assess where the New York Giants were entering the offseason

The New York Giants, let’s be honest, right now are not a championship-caliber team. They need(ed) to make some major moves this off-season to make themselves a top contender.

In this three-part series of the New York Giants offseason, we will look into what I feel the Giants could do or should’ve done this year before the season starts.

Their first chance to upgrade the team was the 2020 NFL draft.

They had the No. 4 overall pick and I feel had a big move that they could’ve made to solidify two positions on the team. That will be discussed in Part 2 of this three-part series.

In the third and final part of this series, I will address free agency. The Giants had a major positive point with $62 million free in salary cap space to start the offseason. They could’ve surely used that wisely to make some important signings. First thing’s first:

The New York Giants’ 2019 assessment

The New York football Giants again had a terrible season. There were some flashes of greatness … but they were few and far between.

With a 4-win, 12-loss season there is obviously much room for improvement. Recalling my memory from the season and checking the stats for the Giants, I’ll give you my assessment of how I feel about the player positions on the field.

Just for added visual, I’ll put in the ratings on how good the players are. Based on 0-100 scale, 100 being the best.) that gave these players in the parenthesis.