3:14 AM EDT, Thu July 09, 2020
GMEN HQ 10 hours ago

Predicting the NY Giants wide receiver depth chart

There will be many young NY Giants wide receivers battling it out for the last few spots on the depth chart, here’s a prediction of how it’ll shake out. As anyone with a pair or working eyes saw last year, Daniel Jones has massive potential and made dozens of A-1 throws in his rookie season […] Predicting the NY Giants wide receiver depth chart - GMEN HQ - GMEN HQ - NY Giants News & New York Giants Fan Community
Big Blue View 13 hours ago
New York Giants best- and worst-case scenarios? Here’s what PFF thinks

New York Giants best- and worst-case scenarios? Here’s what PFF thinks

Photo by Patrick McDermott/ Which end of the spectrum will the 2020 Giants fall on? Ben Linsey of Pro Football Focus came out with best- and worst-case scenarios for every NFL team ahead of the 2020 season. Naturally, my eyes journeyed down the list until I located the NFC East to find that the Giants are actually ranked last in the division. The list was produced by simulations and PFF’s research and development team based on win projections of the high end (90th percentile) and the low end (10th percentile). This only accounts for 80 of 100 percent, so it’s not necessarily the...
Ed Valentine / Big Blue View 16 hours ago
New York Giants roster rankings: Nos. 60-51

New York Giants roster rankings: Nos. 60-51

Alex Tanney | Photo by Elsa/ Bubble players, late-round dsaft picks in this group As we continue to roll through what are admittedly highly subjective New York Giants roster rankings we have arrived at Nos. 60-51. Here, you will find a mix of late-round draft choices and returning or experienced players who have to be considered “bubble” players when it comes to their chances of making the 53-man roster. Here is the list: 60. TE Eric Tomlinson 59. RB Jon Hilliman58. QB Alex Tanney 57. S Sean Chandler 56. LB Tae Crowder55. CB Chris Wiliamson54. LB T.J. Brunson53. LB Carter Coughlin52....
Ed Valentine / Big Blue View 18 hours ago
Giants 2020 roster profile: Running back Sandro Platzgummer

Giants 2020 roster profile: Running back Sandro Platzgummer

Sandro Platzgummer | Photo courtesy International Player Pathway Program Running back gets chance via International Player Pathway Program The International Player Pathway Program, which began in 2017, scours the globe looking well beyond the borders of North America for athletes who might have what it takes to become NFL players. “With this program we’re not trying to find average athletes,” said Will Bryce, a UK-based talent evaluator. “We’re trying to find the best of the best who just happen to not grow up in America or Canada.” With that intro, say hello to New York...
Big Blue View 19 hours ago
The Chris and Joe Show: Breaking down the reserve offensive linemen

The Chris and Joe Show: Breaking down the reserve offensive linemen

Photo by Don Juan Moore/ Taking a look at the back-up offensive linemen The Chris and Joe Show has been getting ready for the start of the New York Giants training camp by spending each show going through a position group. Due to she sheer size of the position group, we decided to take two shows to break down the Giants’ offensive line. Last show we took a look at the projected starting line — Andrew Thomas, Will Hernandez, Spencer Pulley, Kevin Zeitler, and Nate Solder — and now it’s time to look at the reserve linemen. While back-ups are often overlooked, reserve linemen can...