3 Bold Giants Predictions for the 2024 Offseason

It's an intriguing offseason for the New York Giants, as fans should look for them to make a bunch of moves to improve the roster.

Aug 26, 2023; East Rutherford, New Jersey, USA; New York Giants head coach Brian Daboll (right) and
Aug 26, 2023; East Rutherford, New Jersey, USA; New York Giants head coach Brian Daboll (right) and / Robert Deutsch-USA TODAY Sports
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The New York Giants are heading into Year 3 of the Brian Daboll and Joe Schoen era. The first two seasons were a mixed bag. In 2022, the Giants were 9-7-1 and made it to the Divisional Round of the playoffs. But last year, they didn't have the same luck. The G-Men managed to go 6-11 but missed the postseason.

They are going to evaluate the roster thoroughly over the next few months, but fans should expect an active offseason.

1. Giants Will Use a Committee Approach to Replace Saquon Barkley

As we get closer and closer to free agency, it looks like running back Saquon Barkley and the Giants are going to part ways. New York franchise tagged Barkley in 2023, but the two sides failed to agree on a long-term extension.

The Giants will have different avenues to replace Barkley's production and will use a committee approach to do just that.

Devin Singletary is scheduled to hit the market in March and has some history with Daboll. These two men were together in Buffalo from 2019-2021. During those three seasons, Singletary compiled 2,332 rushing yards, 691 receiving yards, and 14 total touchdowns. He would certainly be a smart addition and wouldn't break the bank.

New York also owns two seconds, one third, one fourth, and one fifth-round pick in the 2024 NFL Draft. They can easily use one of those draft picks to select another tailback.

Jonathan Brooks, Blake Corum, Trey Benson, and Bucky Irving are all options in April. Due to the abundance of mid-round selections, the Giants could have their choice of which running back they want.