The Giants were competitive in an awful division last year, but there are signs that they could regain the division this time round.
Saquon Barkley should be fit again and back to his best so that’s a major boost straight away, while the free agent signing of Kenny Golliday and the 1st round Draft pick of Kadarius Toney has to bring further life to this offense.
Of course the problem may be Daniel Jones as he’s yet to truly convince as a franchise QB in the league and the O-line isn’t perfect, but he’s now surrounded by talent so this should be his best chance to impress.
The defensive side of the ball is equally solid with plenty of strength up front and the addition of Adoree’ Jackson to James Bradberry, so there’s a lot to like about this team.
The NFC East is clearly there for the taking if any team can get their act together, and the Giants should feel confident going into the new season:
New York Giants 2021 Schedule
|1||New York Giants||Denver Broncos|
|2||Washington Football Team||New York Giants|
|3||New York Giants||Atlanta Falcons|
|4||New Orleans Saints||New York Giants|
|5||Dallas Cowboys||New York Giants|
|6||New York Giants||Los Angeles Rams|
|7||New York Giants||Carolina Panthers|
|8||Kansas City Chiefs||New York Giants|
|9||New York Giants||Las Vegas Raiders|
|11||Tampa Bay Buccaneers||New York Giants|
|12||New York Giants||Philadelphia Eagles|
|13||Miami Dolphins||New York Giants|
|14||Los Angeles Chargers||New York Giants|
|15||New York Giants||Dallas Cowboys|
|16||Philadelphia Eagles||New York Giants|
|17||Chicago Bears||New York Giants|
|18||New York Giants||Washington Football Team|
There are a lot of away games down the stretch so they’ll be hoping to get off to a strong start, while the bye week is nicely placed towards the middle of the season so that comes at a welcome time.