5 hardest games on Giants’ 2024 regular season schedule

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Can’t-miss games on the 2024 NFL schedule

Brand logoThe New York Giants’ 2024 regular season schedule is out and they have drawn the sixth most difficult in the league for the upcoming season.

Here’s a quick list of the five hardest games on their 2024 slate.

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Week 16 at Atlanta

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The Atlanta Falcons have quietly put together a bit of a powerhouse lineup the past few seasons. Their main issue was at quarterback but they may have solved that by inking Kirk Cousins in free agency and selecting Michael Penix Jr. in the 2024 NFL draft.

Atlanta has a nice core of young receivers in wideout Drake London and tight end Kyle Pitts — both of whom should benefit from the uptick in quarterback play. They added Darnell Mooney and Rondale Moore as well.

Throw in running backs Bijan Robinson and Tyler Algeier and you can see how potentially dangerous the Falcons could be in 2024.


Week 4 vs. Dallas

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The Giants have lost 13 of their last 14 meetings with the Dallas Cowboys, including the last six. Dallas didn’t amok flash this offseason but still has a solid enough roster to handle the Giants.

The Cowboys may not dominate the Giants like they did last season when they won the two-game series by a combined score of 89-17, but until the Giants can solve Dak Prescott & Co., this will remain a tough game.


Week 15 vs. Baltimore

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The Baltimore Ravens were the No. 1 seed in the AFC last year, missing the Super Bowl after losing, 17-10, to the eventual champion Kansas City Chiefs. They could be as good — if not better — than last year after bringing in Derrick Henry to run the football this offseason.

The Giants might be improved over last season but they are still not in the class of the Ravens.


Week 7 vs. Philadelphia

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This will be interesting as it pits former Giants star running back Saquon Barkley against his old team for the first time. The Philadelphia Eagles are still loaded on offense and beefed up their defense in free agency and the draft this offseason.

The Giants finally beat the Eagles in the season finale last year, 27-10, to break a six-game losing streak but Philly looks primed to make a run in 2024 and aren’t about to let the Giants get in their way.


Week 13 at Dallas

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That’s right. The Giants get to be sacrificial turkeys down in Big D against the Cowboys in front of the whole world on Thanksgiving afternoon.

Given their inability to stand up to the Cowboys, there’s no way this isn’t the most cringe-able game on the schedule. The fact is the Giants are not competitive in these games and Dallas looks to run the score up, which compounds the embarrassment.

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