4:46 PM EDT, Sun June 26, 2016
Big Blue View Jun 6, 2016
The Giants left tackle is entering his second year and believes that changing his number and continuity among the offensive line will lend to success next season. Last season was not pretty for New York Giants left tackle Ereck Flowers. The Giants' first-round selection in the 2015 NFL Draft stepped in for the injured Will Beatty, now released from the team, and graded out as the worst pass-blocking tackle in the NFL, according to Pro Football Focus. But, entering his second season, a switch of his jersey number is just one of the major factors why Flowers is more comfortable and...
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