2 New York Giants players who will surely be gone after the 2020 season

Alexander Wilson
New York Giants, Golden Tate
Oct 4, 2020; Inglewood, California, USA; New York Giants wide receiver Golden Tate (15) runs the ball against Los Angeles Rams outside linebacker Samson Ebukam (50) during the second half at SoFi Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Gary A. Vasquez-USA TODAY Sports

2.) Cam Fleming

While Joe Judge instilled confidence in the journeyman tackle, Fleming has been one of the worst pass protectors in the NFL through eight weeks.

In fact, last week against Tampa, the Giants felt the need to insert Matt Peart at right tackle, playing 24 total snaps and logging a 71 overall grade. As for Fleming, he hasn’t reached a 70 grade since week four against the Rams. Last week, he played 51 snaps and was about average in pass protection.

It is always a good thing to have a veteran tackle on hand who can play both sides of the line, but he simply isn’t starting quality. I could see the Giants retaining him on a one-year deal to back up Peart, but there will be another team out there willing to give him starting reps and money to go with it. I expect the two sides to move on from one another as the Giants continue to develop Peart and ease him into the lineup.