Giants Safeties Fail to Make PFF’s Top 32 List

Giants Safeties Fail to Make PFF’s Top 32 List

The New York Giants safeties group become the second unit on the team not to have a member place on PFF’s Top 32 list league-wide


It’s been a rough week for members of the New York Giants defensive secondary as far as their members getting recognition on Pro Football Focus’s top 32 members league-wide.


After failing to have anyone from the cornerback group make the top 32 of that position, the Giants’ safeties were also shut out.


But as is the case with the Giants’ cornerbacks, the Giants’ safeties are undergoing a change from last season. Xavier McKinney, who signed with the Packers in free agency, made PFF’s list at No. 8

His former spot on the Giants is currently vacant, and second-round draft pick Tyler Nubin is expected to be the leading candidate to fill it.

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