New York Giants 2021 Regular Season Schedule Leaks, so far

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With months remaining until 2021, regular-season starts for the New York Giants, their schedule will be officially dropping at 8 PM on May 12. However, leaks occur every year, displaying some of the games prior to the official announcement. This is as much excitement as we can muster with so much time between live-action and a dead period right after the NFL draft, but let’s take a look at what is on the board for the Giants so far.

New York Giants schedules leaks 2021:

  1. Home vs. Denver 4:25 PM 
  2. @ Washington TNF 
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  6. Home vs. Rams 
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  12. Home vs. Philly 
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  15. Home vs. Dallas
  16. @ Philly
  17. Home vs. Washington

Right off the bat, the Giants have a tough matchup against the Denver Broncos, who are trying to sort through their quarterback situation, who have Drew Lock and Teddy Bridgewater on the roster. They drafted a CB in Patrick Surtain out of Alabama to further bolster their secondary, and they may have one of the better ones in the NFL after this off-season.

The Giants haven’t won a home opener since 2016, so this would be a great statement game after bolstering the offense tremendously this off-season with big money and draft selections. Denver has a solid defense but an offense that can be contained by a top-10 defense last year in the Giants. They added Cornerback Adoree Jackson and UCF DB Aaron Robinson in the draft, and don’t forget about Azeez Ojulari, who they landed at 50th overall, representing an impact pass rusher.

In week two, the Giants will travel to Washington on Thursday night football. Washington’s defense was one of the best in the NFL last year, but they have a patch-work offense led by quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick. The Giants have had Washington’s number in recent years, and hopefully, that continues after the retooling on both sides of the ball.

Fast forward to week six, and the Giants will take on Matthew Stafford and the Los Angeles Rams, a tough matchup but a winnable one at home. In week 12, the Giants will host Philadelphia and the Dallas Cowboys in week 15. Since there’s an extra game on the schedule this year, week 16 will go against Philly away and close the regular season against Washinton at home in week 18.

So far, the Giants have a tough schedule on the books, but with their improvements this off-season, they are capable of winning these games. Reports have also indicated they have two primetime matchup’s against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers end Kansas City Chiefs, representing tremendous challenges.


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