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7 Letter Word Using These Letters Envious – We’ll help you pass the time as you count down the minutes before the New York Giants open the 2022 NFL season against the Tennessee Titans on Sunday. How? Well, by opening the Big Blue View Mailbag, of course.
We’ve basically arrived at the start of the 2022 regular season, and thus time for the final regular season projections. From where I sit, the team looks poised to win less than 5 games again. While there has been no definitive word, it seems as likely as not that neither Thibodeaux nor Ojulari will be healthy enough to play Week 1, and possibly not for the next few weeks? It seems especially likely that Ojulari is doomed to a losing sophomore campaign after suffering back-to-back lower-leg injuries. It’s hard to imagine Aaron Robinson holding back, especially if there’s no rush early in the game. Once opposing No. 1s play our defense, especially early on without a pass rush, if that happens, a bunch of surrendered points is on the horizon. Offensively, I don’t think I’ve ever seen a receiving corps (WR and TE) as untalented as the one heading into this year, a legacy of the former regime. I don’t see Kenny Golladay contributing as he doesn’t seem to be able to run anymore. Toney again missed almost the entire preseason with injuries; will it be regularly available in the season? That leaves Robinson, a 5’8 freshman and a cadre of perennial practice players. As far as TEs go, there’s rookie Bellinger and then a couple of trash heap guys. Really, a lot of nothing. And of course there’s Barkley, who could be positively insane, but could just as easily suffer his fourth season of debilitating injury. I know you wrote recently that the Giants put up 25 ppg during the preseason, but they did it in seconds. When you look at this team with cold objectivity, it looks very much like Year 1 of a multi-year rebuild. Next draft pick is QB Schoen and Daboll believes he could be “the guy” and we hope to be competitive starting in 2024. Do you see things like this? Are you in the 5-12 camp or worse, or are you fantasizing about winning in the 7-10 range given the apparent weakness of the schedule?
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Ed says: Jason, I’m not nearly as negative as you. Then again, I don’t want to make it sound like everything is sunshine and rainbows with the Giants.
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But none of them have anything to do with giants. I make a living from them and try to look at them as objectively as possible.
I’m in wait and see mode. When I had ex-Giant Brandon London on the ‘Valentine’s Views’ podcast, he said he likened his feelings about Giants 2022 to simply driving down the middle of the road, doing the speed limit and seeing what happened – good or bad.
I don’t know how good – or bad – the Giants will be. What I do know is that with Joe Schoen as GM, I feel better about the long-term success of the franchise than I have in a while.
They might win four games. Maybe they win nine. I’m just going to enjoy the ride and bring you the best I can about it.
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TWO Barkley questions. I will provide ONE answer below. Jacob, David, I hope this touches on what you are both looking for.
I may be a blind optimist, but I predict that Saquon will be All Pro this year. If that happens, is it really a bad idea to give him an extension? There is a strong possibility that Schoen will want to draft his franchise QB in the next 2 years, which would mean having a QB on a cost controlled contract for 4-5 years. Saquon’s contract could even be front-loaded to have a large cap for years before they potentially have to pay Thomas, McKinney and Toney. He looks like the kind of teammate and professional you’d want around a potential young QB as he begins his career in NY.
Many fans believe that no matter how Saquon does this year, it will be his last in Giants blue. He believes that if he does poorly, the team will move on to someone better. But if he returns to form, he will demand a huge contract that the new Giants regime will refuse to pay.
My question is how accurate is the second characterization? Giants fans can’t be the only people who have noticed how badly contracts like those given to Zeke Elliot and Christian McCaffrey are aging. Could it be that salaries at the top of the running back market have dropped since then, perhaps to the price the Giants would be willing to pay to keep Saquon?
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Ed says: I’ve said before that I also think Saquon Barkley is in for a good season. Assuming he stays healthy, of course. I think All-Pro or equal in 2018 is too optimistic, but I think he will remind everyone that he is a great player.
There are many scenarios for how this could work out with Barkley. I believe if the Giants move on from Daniel Jones and draft a rookie quarterback, it will increase Barkley’s chances of staying with the Giants for at least a few more years.
If you don’t franchise tag Jones at a projected $31.497 million in 2023 or sign him to a long-term deal, you can draft the quarterback and have him on a cheaper four- or five-year rookie deal. Then maybe you could franchise tag Barkley for an estimated $12.696 million, which I’d be comfortable with for a 26-year-old running back coming off a solid year.
Regardless, I think Schoen’s instincts and his training will make him want to give Barkley a big trade. See Christian McCaffrey, Todd Gurley for Exhibit A, why. If there’s a middle ground, and that largely depends on Barkley’s health and what kind of contract he ends up asking for, it might be worth exploring. But runners don’t get better with age, and giving a second big-money contract to a runner with a history of leg injuries is bad business.
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I think what happens with Barkley will have as much to do with ownership as it does with Schoen. John Mara watched as the Odell Beckham situation, a player he didn’t want to lose, imploded. If he watches the Giants move on from Jones, it will be another painful blow for the co-owners.
If Barkley stays healthy for the next few years and gives the Giants a reason to keep him, I think Mara will be looking for a way to make that happen.
I think the Giants will hold off on this decision as long as they can. If I had to guess today, I think they’ll tag Barkley next year and kick for a long-term decision through the 2024 season.
What are the plans to protect Daniel Jones in the pocket this year? This quarterback has potential if you can give him some more time in the pocket. I understand that the injuries were crippling, but was the second string being practiced at all. I have been a fan since the 80’s and will always be a fan who will wear his Big Blue proudly.
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Ed says: Greg, look at the list. Proposal. Agency free. They drafted Evan Neal No. 7 overall, and with Neal and Andrew Thomas, they now have a pair of young bookends that would be the envy of most NFL teams.
The biggest free agent splurge (the only one) the Giants made in the offseason was signing Mark Glowinski, a solid veteran right guard. They signed Jon Feliciano to play center. They drafted Joshua Ezeuda in the 3rd round and Marcus McKethan, who is at the end of the season, in the 5th round.
The Giants picked up two linemen via waivers to add depth – Jack Anderson and Tyra Phillips.
The Giants also have new offensive line coaches in Bobby Johnson and Tony Sparano Jr. Given the limited resources they had – and still have – at their disposal, they did about as much as they could.
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There’s more to it, but this current iteration of the offensive line should be an improvement over the one the Giants have fielded each season.
When I look at the Giants roster, one thing that jumps out at me is the experience level. 30 players have two or fewer years of NFL experience, including 10 rookies.
For what it’s worth, Bookies.com came out with the average age of every NFL roster this week. The average age of the Giants is 26 years, 1 month, 14 days. That’s the 11th youngest roster on the 32-team roster