New York Giants: Nate Solder preparing to be rock he’s being paid to be

New York Giants, Nate Solder

After a few weeks of concern over a small surgery to clean up New York Giants left tackle Nate Solder’s ankle, it appears he will be a full go for training camp. Going into his second-season with Big Blue, Solder is preparing to make a jump after having an average season last year.

Coming off multiple Super Bowl appearances to join the lowly Giants, adjusting to his new role and quarterback took a bit of time. Lingering injuries also hurt his performance, but overall he was exponentially better than Ereck Flowers. One of the reasons Solder struggled was due to the difference in dropbacks from Tom Brady to Eli Manning.

Where Brady takes a shorter drop back, Eli’s is further. This forced Nate to adapt and change his style, as he would normally allow edge rushers to beat him with speed around the edge and push them behind Brady, where he would navigate the pocket and step up. Manning dropping back further saw Solder push his assignment directly into the path of his new quarterback.

However, he quickly understood this problem and fixed it quickly.

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How is Solder feeling?

“I feel great,” Solder said Wednesday, via quotes distributed by the team. “I haven’t played football in a while so we’ll see. That’s what camps all about, right?”

It will certainly take a few weeks for the $62 million man to get back into football shape and regain his quality. Luckily, he has about a month and a half to refine his skill-set.

New York Giants: 3 keys to a successful season in 2019

New York Giants, DeAndre Baker

The New York Giants are headed into the 2019 season with plenty of question marks remaining, especially with the influx of youth from what seems to be a solid NFL Draft.

Building out the secondary with DeAndre Baker, Julian Love, and Corey Ballentine will prove to be extremely beneficial after only having B.W. Webb behind Janoris Jenkins last season. Baker is the assumed starter opposite Jenkins, but expect to see the coaching staff push Sam Beal to create more competition between the rookies (Beal is essentially considered a rookie).

Aside from the secondary, multiple units are in need of assistance while others have been allocated resources.

Here are the 3 keys to a successful season for the New York Giants:

1.) The offensive line

First and foremost is the offensive front, a group that general manager Dave Gettleman bolstered the past two offseasons. In 2018, the left side of the line built chemistry to excel in the season ahead. Nate Solder and Will Hernandez were both featured on a new team with different schemes, and the year they spent together will prove to be influential.

Gettleman recently traded for star right guard Kevin Zeitler, the league’s No. 1 pass protector in 2018. He will be a force on the line where Patrick Omameh and Jamon Brown once stood.

Considering how much better Brown made the team, Zeitler is going to be an excellent addition. Mike Remmers at right tackle should also provide a boost over Chad Wheeler. It ultimately comes down to Eli Manning and his efficiency in the pocket. Giving him ample time to operate will likely see his production increase.

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2.) The secondary

With a plethora of youth in the defensive backfield, it’s unproven whether or not they will perform at a high level in their rookie seasons. Baker has looked fantastic this offseason so far, but playing on an NFL field is far different. Training camp should give us a good idea as to where the youngsters are with their development and if they succeed in the secondary.

It will be interesting to see how Julian Love competes with second-year man Grant Haley at the slot corner position — Love is a talented corner with solid speed and coverage skills. While Haley has a year of experience under his belt, he was undrafted and lacks in certain areas. Love could steal the job right out from under him.

Jenkins will play a role as a mentor this season, hopefully playing at a high enough level to give the offense some support.

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3.) The defensive line

One thing the Giants have been lacking in recent years is an effective pass rush. Trading Olivier Vernon certainly didn’t help that situation, but his constant injuries were a deterrent at this point in the rebuild.

The Giants also managed to secure Zeitler in the trade that sent Vernon to Cleveland. Bringing in free agent Markus Golden, a player who hasn’t had a successful season in three years, and a rookie in Oshane Ximines can’t be the cure to a defense lacking a true pass-rush, but Gettleman simply didn’t have enough resources to allocate.

I anticipate the position will see more growth next free agency period and draft. However, the Giants are relying on Ximines and Golden to make an impact this season as they are lacking proven talent at the position. Drafting Dexter Lawrence, though, should provide a boost given his pass-rushing skills live up to the expectations provided for him.

A lack of a pass-rush not only affects the efficiency of the defense as a whole, but it also puts the offense at a disadvantage — lower turnover numbers, less time of possession on offense, less pressure on opposing quarterbacks…the list goes on.

The New York Giants’ Offensive Line Should Be One Of The NFL’s Most Improved Units In 2019

The New York Giants have dealt with continuous problems along their offensive line. These problems, unfortunately, have lasted years. The Giants’ offensive line made a couple of upgrades in 2018.

New York signed left tackle Nate Solder to a record-breaking contract. The Giants followed that move by drafting a promising offensive guard prospect, Will Hernandez, in the 2nd-round of the 2018 NFL Draft.

These acquisitions were strong steps in the right direction. Unfortunately, the offensive line was still far from completion in 2018. In 2019, however, things have changed.

The Giants completed their offensive line rebuild in the 2019 NFL offseason. A couple of key acquisitions will help make the Giants’ offensive line one of the most improved units in the NFL in 2019 due to improvements in pass-blocking.

Improved Pass Protection

The New York Giants’ offensive line put Eli Manning through the wringer in 2018. Manning was sacked a career-high 47 times last season. Fortunately for Mr. Manning, Dave Gettleman made a trade that will bring that sack total down significantly in 2019.

The Giants traded for Kevin Zeitler this offseason, a guard who will greatly improve the team’s pass-blocking. Kevin Zeitler allowed only 11 total pressures in the entire 2018 NFL season. That is an incredibly impressive number. To put it in perspective,  Patrick Omameh and Jamon Brown combined to allow 39 pressures in only 14 games last year.

According to Pro Football Focus, Zeitler allowed just three sacks, one hit and seven hurries from 642 pass-blocking snaps in 2018, and his 91.7 pass-blocking grade not only led the league’s guards last season, but it was also tied for the ninth-best single-season grade ever recorded by an offensive guard.

Kevin Zeitler and Will Hernandez will form one of the best guard duos in the NFL next season. Zeitler is an established pass-blocking extraordinaire, but Hernandez is also an underrated guard who flashed tons of potential in his 2018 rookie season.

Will Hernandez allowed just 29 pressures from 664 pass-blocking snaps on the year. On top of that, Will Hernandez committed all of two penalties on 1,027  offensive snaps last year, which is especially impressive for a rookie (PFF).

An underrated player along Big Blue’s offensive line is Jon Halapio. PFF had this to say about Halapio: he began last year as the Giants’ starter before going down with an injury, but in his 116 snaps, he didn’t allow a single pressure, despite playing almost 50 pass-blocking snaps against the Jaguars and their array of pass-rushing weapons in Week 1.

If Jon Halapio can come back healthy in 2019, he could help bring great improvement to New York’s pass-blocking. Gettleman’s rebuild of the offensive line has been a quick and impressive one.

Solder and Hernandez entering their second season with New York will lead to even better results on the left side of the line. Kevin Zeitler’s excellent pass-blocking will lead to overall improved pass protection. The Giants’ improved pass protection will make their offensive line one of the most improved units in the NFL in 2019.

New York Giants: Nate Solder Claims Giants Must Be Able To Pass

New York Giants, Nate Solder

The NFL is definitely a passing league but it looks like the New York Giants are set up to be a running team this year, with their best asset being running back Saquon Barkley and several moves being made this offseason to improve the offensive line and give Barkley better blocking. Mike Remmers and Kevin Zeitler join the mix in the offensive line discussion with the latter being known already as one of the better guards in the entire league.

Meanwhile, the passing attack has a group of receivers who haven’t been tested as a unit yet that may surprise everyone but could just as easily fail to replace the production lost when the Giants moved Odell Beckham Jr. to the Cleveland Browns. According to left tackle Nate Solder, who spoke to NJ Advance Media, the team has to pass the ball this season. Even if they are built like a running team.

“I think we have the capability of doing that (dominating on the ground) and we certainly have the potential. But, in this league, you certainly have to be able to pass the ball. It’s the way it’s designed, the way that it is,” Solder said when asked about the Giants’ chances of winning as a run reliant team. “The better we can protect and keep Eli healthy and making great decisions is going to contribute hugely to our success.”

Manning himself claims to be confident in the offensive line and believes that it’s improved. “I think they made strides as the season went along last year. I have great confidence that they are going to do their job, protect people and get the ball out. I’ll be able to make my reads and progressions.”

With the Giants losing a few close games last season while having one of the worst offensive lines in the league, a competent line might just be a main factor in getting a number of more wins this season. It’s much easier, after all, to take the lead in a close game when opposing pass rushers don’t have a free run at the quarterback.

Training camp is coming later this month, and soon, we’ll get our first look at just how improved this offensive line is with pads on.

New York Giants News, 7/9 – Nate Solder is the catalyst on offensive line

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General manager Dave Gettleman did a fantastic job piecing together a solid foundation on the offensive line in just two offseasons. Jerry Reese’s incompetencies are now a thing of the past and the roster has been turned over entirely, but the line isn’t yet proven.

Last season, Gettleman brought in left tackle Nate Solder on a record deal, and he struggled with Big Blue. A few nagging injuries hurt his performance, but it wasn’t the only reason his grades were down. Eli Manning is an entirely different quarterback than Tom Brady, Solder’s former passer. Manning takes longer dropbacks than Brady, and Solder was used to pushing incoming pass-rusher behind Brady in anticipation that he would move up in the pocket.

Solder’s habit ended up being a negative thing for Manning, but he worked diligently to break the muscle memory and adapt his game.

As per PFF, Solder ranked as the ninth-best left tackle in the league with a 74.1 overall grade. Compared to the rest of his career, he performed above average, making his first year with the Giants a success, however, they need him to take his game to another level in 2019 as this could be Manning’s final season.

Nonetheless–

Your top news of the day!

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Alexander Wilson (Empire Sports Media) – New York Giants: Austin Droogsma a darkhorse entering 2019

Ed Valentine (Big Blue View) – Giants’ 90-man roster: Tight end Scott Simonson is coming off his best season

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New York Giants News, 7/2 – The offensive line finally has a leader

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Being plagued with inadequacy at one of the more important units on any given NFL team is certainly one way to guarantee failure. The Giants and former GM Jerry Reese were keen on giving veteran quarterback Eli Manning little to no time in the pocket, and they seemed content with that fact as long as Odell Beckham Jr. was happy and producing or Reese’s pride wasn’t taking a beating.

Fast forward several years and GM Dave Gettleman has made the appropriate moves to compensate for years of lackluster drafting and offensive line allocations. Bringing in Nat Solder and Will Hernandez last year was just the beginning of a team-wide overhaul.

So far in 2019, he’s managed to secure Kevin Zeitler and Mike Remmers, but the former gives us optimism. Already making an influence as a leader on the team is Zeitler, teaching the young Hernandez and becoming the mentor he needs to excel at the NFL level.

Having Solder to learn from in his rookie year was beneficial, but having a player at a similar position, the top pass-protector in the NFL at that certainly will help him develop even further in the season ahead. Zeitler will be much more than just a force at right guard, he will help elevate the play of every player on the line, something the Giants have been missing from quite some time.

Nonetheless–

Your Giants top news of the day!

Dan Schneier (247 Sports) – Eli Manning envisions a better New York Giants offense in 2019

John Schmeelk, Dan Salomone, Lance Medow (Giants.com) – Cover 3: Which road trip should Giants fans make this season?

John Fennelly (GMEN HQ) – Kevin Zeitler has become a mentor on the Giants’ offensive line

John Schmeelk (Giants.com) – Rookie CB Baker adds physicality to secondary

Pat Leonard (NY Daily News) – Lorenzo Carter will inherit Olivier Vernon’s former workload

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New York Giants: Will Hernandez can quickly become star on offensive line

New York Giants, Will Hernandez, Nate Solder

The New York Giants and general manager Dave Gettleman have put an emphasis on rebuilding the offensive line as foundational support for veteran quarterback Eli Manning and his eventual successor Daniel Jones.

Ensuring the two passers have ample protection in a league suffering an offensive lineman draught will give them an advantage. Signing left tackle Nate Solder to a four-year, $62 million deal might have been excessive at the time, but considering Ereck Flowers is still a starting player in the NFL, you can imagine how much value Solder really brings.

However, the one lineman I’m most excited about is left guard, Will Hernandez. The former UTEP standout made a name for himself during the second half of 2018. Manning was sacked 47 times last season but only went down 16 times after the midway point.

That’s a clear indication of improvement and efficiency. If the line can lower the total number to 32 next season they will be in a very good spot — better than most.

The New York Giants are expecting big things from their young guard:

Being a rookie from a small school certainly has its obstacles, but Herandez is finally in a place of comfort.

“It definitely doesn’t even feel like the same time of year that I had last year,” Hernandez said via Giants.com. “It feels like a completely different time of year to me. I feel like I’m a lot more comfortable here and I feel like I can breathe. I’m not struggling to learn the whole playbook, cram everything down, learn everything, make sure I don’t mess up. I’m actually able to enjoy it, but at the same time, work hard and get to know these guys even better.”

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Bringing in Kevin Zeitler from the Browns might be the most underrated move of the offseason for Gettleman, and he’s been nothing but fantastic for the younger players like Hernandez trying to elevate their game.

“He’s been phenomenal, not only as a player but as a teacher, too,” Hernandez said. “He’s taught a lot of young guys, including myself, a lot of technique. He was one of the top pass protectors in the league last year, so he definitely has a lot to offer and he’s passing it on to the young guys, myself also, and we’re really glad to have him.”

Ranked as the top pass-protector in the NFL last season and top 6 guard in the league, Zeitler is certainly a quality mentor, and anything Hernandez can learn from the hog mollie should be well received. Moving towards the 2019 season, the general consensus is that Hernandez will take a major leap forward and emerge as a rock on the line.

Daniel Jones should be very excited.

New York Giants: Every Position On Offense Ranked From Best To Worst

The New York Giants‘ offense had a rocky 2018 season. They struggled to score points outside of garbage time in the first half of the season. Fortunately, the offense came alive during the second half of the season, giving New York some hope and momentum for the future.

Today I will be taking a look at every position on the Giants’ offense and ranking them from best to worst. The best positions are those that need no upgrades or minimal upgrades. The worst positions are those that need imminent upgrades.

1. Running Back

The New York Giants’ backfield is undoubtedly the best position group on the roster. The Giants’ backfield features the 2018 AP Offensive Rookie of the Year, Saquon Barkley. Barkley is arguably the best running back in the NFL after only one season.

Saquon broke numerous records as a rookie as he totaled 2,028 scrimmage yards and 15 total touchdowns. Barkley is an elite player for the Giants and is set to have a monstrous 2019 season.

However, the Giants have solid depth behind Saquon Barkley, too. Wayne Gallman proved himself to be a solid running back that could be capable of starting if the Giants did not have Saquon.

Gallman flashed his potential in 2017. He ran the ball 111 times, gaining 476 yards on the ground with 4.3 yards per carry. Gallman also provided quality snaps as a receiver in 2017. He caught 34 passes on 48 targets for 193 yards, 5.7 yards per reception, and 1 touchdown.

2. Right Guard

The Giants offensive line has gone through a major overhaul over the last two seasons. In the 2019 offseason, New York made a huge upgrade at the right guard position.

The Giants acquired right guard Kevin Zeitler in a trade with the Cleveland Browns. Zeitler should step in and be the Giants’ best offensive lineman from day one.

Kevin Zeitler is arguably the best pass-blocking guard in the NFL. Kevin Zeitler allowed only 11 total pressures in the entire 2018 NFL season. That is an incredibly impressive number. To put it in perspective,  Patrick Omameh and Jamon Brown combined to allow 39 pressures in only 14 games last year.

3. Left Guard

The Giants struck gold in the first two rounds of the 2018 NFL Draft. After drafting Saquon Barkley with the 2nd overall pick of the draft, Dave Gettleman drafted another stud in round 2.

Will Hernandez was projected to be a 1st-round pick in mock drafts leading up to the 2018 NFL Draft. Luckily for Big Blue, Big Will slid into the 2nd-round and fell right into the New York’s lap.

Hernandez was impressive during his rookie season. Hernandez allowed just 23 total pressures this season, earning him a 97.3 pass-blocking efficiency grade, third-best among rookie offensive linemen. An impressive stat that PFF notes is that Hernandez only committed two penalties on 1,027 snaps. That is incredibly clean and efficient play from the young “Hog Molly.”

4. Wide Receiver

The Giants’ wide receiver position suffered a huge loss in the 2019 offseason. New York traded away arguably the team’s best player in Odell Beckham Jr.

However, this position is still one of the team’s best on offense. The Giants signed young, up-and-coming slot receiver Sterling Shepard to a contract extension. Shepard has seen his yardage totals increase each of his three seasons in the league and is prepared to break out in 2019.

Alongside Shep is another proven talent in Golden Tate. The Giants signed Tate this offseason after trading away Odell. Tate has had three seasons with 1,000 or more receiving yards and made the Pro Bowl in 2014 with the Detroit Lions. Since 2014, Golden Tate has lead the league in forced missed tackles with an insane 118 missed tackles forced.

5. Left Tackle

Left tackle might be the Giants’ most underrated position on offense. Nate Solder gets plenty of criticism, but not all of it is deserved. Solder struggled early on in the 2018 season but delivered during the second half of the season.

Nate Solder allowed six sacks and 20 total pressures through the first eight games. However, he rebounded in a big way over the second half of the year, allowing only one sack and 13 total pressures.

6. Tight End

2019 might be the year that Evan Engram finally breaks out and reaches his full potential. Evan has flashed his potential throughout his first two seasons but he has hit roadblocks along the way.

In his rookie 2017 campaign, Engram was a poor blocker and had a slight case of the drops. He was still a spectacular playmaker, totaling 722 yards and 6 touchdowns. Unfortunately, during his second season in 2018, Evan Engram suffered from injury causing him to miss 5 games.

When Engram was on the field he played great. When he was on the field and Odell Beckham was off the field, Evan played exceptionally well. Engram averaged only 36.7 yards per game prior to Beckham’s injury. After Odell went down, Evan’s average jumped all the way to 80 yards per game.

8. Quarterback

Eli Manning is a franchise legend. The 16-year veteran has won two incredible Super Bowls with the Giants and is top-ten all-time in just about every major quarterback statistic, such as passing yards and passing touchdowns.

Unfortunately, all good things must come to an end. Eli Manning’s time in New York will come to an end sooner than later now that they have drafted their next franchise quarterback in Daniel Jones.

Manning has been declining the past two seasons, which is why his position is so low on this list. According to Pro Football Focus, Manning has failed to grade above 70.0 in each of the last four seasons, and his 94 turnover-worthy plays over the previous four years are eight more than the next closest quarterback in that span.

Daniel Jones is a completely unproven rookie that has faced lots of controversies whether or not he was deserving of the 6th overall pick so he cannot push the quarterback position higher on this list.

I hope as much as anyone that Eli Manning proves us all wrong and rebounds in 2019. I hope as much as anyone that Daniel Jones shocks the world and becomes one of the greatest players in franchise history. But until we see them play at a high level, the quarterback position will be one of the worst on the offense.

9. Center

The center position is definitely one of the Giants’ weakest. The Giants have two players who will compete for the starting job in Spencer Pulley and Jon Halapio. Both players are capable of being starters, but they are not extraordinary.

Jon Halapio was injured in week 2 of the 2018 season. He was

Spencer Pulley was one of the lowest graded players on the Giants in 2018 according to Pro Football Focus.  Pulley played in 13 games for the Giants last year and started 9 of those games. Spencer Pulley certainly is one thing: durable. But he is not an elite talent and the Giants should not hope to see him starting in 2018.

10. Right Tackle

The Giants basically put a band-aid on a broken bone here in the 2019 offseason. Right tackle was the worst position on the Giants’ offense in 2018 and it still is in 2019.

The Giants began the season with all-time draft bust Ereck Flowers starting at right tackle. After 5 games the Giants wised up and cut Flowers. Chad Wheeler then took over the starting position and stayed there for the remainder of the season.

Unfortunately, Chad Wheeler was not too much of an upgrade. According to Pro Football Focus Chad Wheeler was the second-lowest-graded starting offensive tackle in the NFL last season. Wheeler also allowed an insane 45 total pressures in the 2018 season.

The Giants knew they needed to upgrade the right tackle position in the 2019 offseason, but it was slim pickings. Towards the end of free agency, the Giants finally found their guy. Former Minnesota Vikings offensive tackle Mike Remmers signed with the Giants.

Remmers is an upgrade, but he still is not on the level the Giants need their right tackle to be. Remmers allowed 42 total pressures in 2018 and is coming off of back surgery. Mike Remmers was playing out of position at guard in 2018, so he should be a bit better at right tackle in 2019. However, the Giants should still be looking to upgrade this position again soon.

New York Giants News, 6/26 – Ereck Flowers finally helping the Giants

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I never thought I’d see the day that Ereck Flowers and “good” were used in the same sentence, but he’s finally going to do something good for the Giants in 2019.

Flowers, who was picked up by the Washington Redskins, will likely emerge as their starting left guard. The lack of offensive line quality across the league has left many teams scraping for value, and this is just another example. Finally, after years of watching the human turnstile give Eli Manning a heart-attack every play, we will get to enjoy him do the same for another team.

Playing Washington twice per year is a blessing for the Giants, as their lack of defensive line strength will have the pleasure of dominating a first-round pick that would likely go in the 7th round today.

To add to the positivity, John Jerry, former Giants right guard, will likely be the starter for the Cincinnati Bengals at the position. After Jonah Williams suffered a torn labrum on Tuesday, Jerry became the automatic next man up. Ahh, yet another ex-Giants turnstile that we can enjoy fail on another team.

Did I mention the Bengals are paying Bobby Hart an average of $5.3 million per season to play right tackle? Paying Nate Solder $15.5 million per year doesn’t seem too bad right about now, or bringing on Kevin Zeitler. Having a good offensive line is a rarity in today’s NFL, and the Giants could have one of the best in 2019.

Nonetheless–

Your Giants top news of the day!

Dan Schneier (247 Sports) – Recapping Daniel Jones’ timeline since the Giants drafted him

Paul Schwartz (NY Post) – The Giants’ new Odell Beckhams are taking charge

Scott Thompson (SNY) – ‘Sky’s the limit’: Sam Beal’s college coach expects big things for Giants cornerback in first season

Pat Leonard (NY Daily News) – Rookie CB DeAndre Baker already impressing the Giants and he hasn’t even put on the pads yet

Alexander Wilson (Empire Sports Media) – New York Giants: How Darius Slayton will make an impact in 2019

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New York Giants News, 6/25 – Lorenzo Carter primed for big 2019

New York Giants News, 6/24 – Nate Solder healthy for training camp

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General manager Dave Gettleman made sure to address the offensive line in 2018 and beyond, knowing veteran quarterback Eli Manning requires time in the pocket to succeed at a high level.

Manning has been forced to play behind a sub-par offensive front for years, which has ultimately led to his decline and mental dropoff. With a rebuilt line, it’s expected that he will show his true colors and revert back to his prime, however, father-time has its effects, and it could very well have taken its toll on the 15-year vet.

The left side of the line specifically should have a great 2019 season — Nate Solder and Will Hernandez have a year of experience together. Solder, who’s been dealing with an ankle ailment this summer, will return for training camp with a clean bill of health.

The former Patriots required arthroscopic surgery on his ankle to ensure it didn’t become a problem during the season. His return will allow the offensive line to continue building a rapport and help Kevin Zeitler/Mike Remmers get accustomed with the offensive scheme.

Your Giants top news of the day!

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Ryan Dunleavy (NJ.com) – 6 bold predictions for Giants in 2019: Eli Manning’s retirement? Sterling Shepard’s breakthrough? Dave Gettleman’s miss?

Anthony Rivardo (Empire Sports Media) – New York Giants: B.J. Hill Has Potential To Be An Elite Defender In His Second Season

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