Optimistic Outlook: Giants Won’t Be NFL’s Worst Offense (But Close)

Optimistic Outlook: Giants Won’t Be NFL’s Worst Offense (But Close)

A new ranking has the New York Giants’ offense near the bottom of the league, exactly where it was to end last season.

At this point in an uninspiring New York Giants’ offseason, it’s come to this:


Which will be worse in 2024, those awful 100th anniversary “Red Century” throwback uniforms or the paltry offense?


Last year the Giants were one of only four NFL teams to not score 300 points over 17 games. They managed 266, behind only the New England Patriots and Carolina Panthers who tied for the fewest at 236.


Just when we thought it couldn’t get any worse, star running back Saquon Barkley leaves in free agency and – after failing in their attempt to trade up for a quarterback in the NFL Draft – the Giants are again hanging their hat on disappointing former first-round pick Daniel Jones. Oh, and it looks more and more like starting tight end Darren Waller is going to retire.



Sixth overall draft choice Malik Nabers gives the Giants hopes of a true elite receiver for the first time since they boasted Odell Beckham Jr. But, still, it’s difficult to be too optimistic that somehow their offense is suddenly transform from a pop-gun to a juggernaut.


In its latest ranking of NFL offenses, Bleacher Report echoes the pessimism – or perhaps merely the reality – by placing New York again near the bottom. The ranking? No. 30, again ahead of only the parnters


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