The New York Giants are widely considered a team thin at a multitude of positions, and their impending free agents are reflective of that.

Pro Football Focus even chided the Giants for their lack of talent earlier this month, declaring that none of their upcoming free agents were “key pieces” and that they wouldn’t lose much by allowing them all to walk.

To a certain degree, Gregg Rosenthal and Chris Wesseling of NFL.com disagree with PFF’s assessment and have named two Giants among their top 101 impending free agents.

The first up? The hotly debated Leonard Williams.

No. 27: Leonard Williams, DL, Giants

What’s the going rate for nearly sacking quarterbacks? Williams’ game isn’t without a disruptive quality, but the guys who make the big bucks usually take down the opposing passer at a much higher rate.

In a world dedicated to analytics, it’s curious to see Williams repeatedly ripped for his lack of sack numbers. We’re told that the advanced numbers determine a player’s worth, but here we are again discussing a single statistic that doesn’t accurately reflect his overall production — a number that will determine his pay.

Some consistency in this analytics debate would great, but I digress…

Next up is a fellow Giants defensive lineman — Markus Golden.

No. 76: Markus Golden, DE, Giants

One of 2019 free agency’s best bargains, Golden is back on the market after a 10-sack season with the Giants.

So, Golden has the sack numbers, but he’s nearly 50 spots below Williams? These arguments contradict themselves, but again, I digress…

While no other Giants made this list, former Giants cornerbacks Eli Apple (No. 70) and Prince Amukamara (No. 91), and defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul (No. 31), did.