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New York Giants: Top News 6/1 – Under 100 days until game day

Good Morning, New York Giants fans!

We are officially under 100 days until the start of the regular season. It feels like it has been a decade since the Giants have taken the field with a competitive spirit. I miss it, well…I miss watching quality football and not the disgrace we’ve seen the last two years.

There’s hope on the horizon, though, as general manager Dave Gettleman has completed the rebuild of the offensive line and has drafted several players to build out the secondary. The team is slowly coming together. Every draft a different unit is filled with talented youth, and that’s a great thing.

The days of overspending on aging free agents is over, the Giants are finally capable of drafting well. Thank you Mr. Gettleman! Yes, I know the jury is still out on the latest draft, but the fact that our third-round picks are contributing is a positive sign. Jerry Reese couldn’t even get his first-round picks to contribute on a high-level.

Shall we recall the days of Ereck Flowers and Justin Pugh? To be fair Pugh was decent when he wasn’t injured or playing out of position due to Reese’s other mistakes on the offensive line. Gettleman has assembled an offensive front that stays healthy for the most part and can give Eli Manning plenty of time to operate at a high level.


Your top Giants news of the day!

Henry Buggy (PFF) – A deeper dive into Dave Gettleman’s overhaul of the New York Giants’ offensive line

John Schmeelk ( – Sideline Notes: OTA No. 6

Jordan Raanan (ESPN) – Daniel Jones sounding, acting like Eli Manning early in Giants career

Alexander Wilson (Empire Sports Media) – New York Giants: What Sterling Shepard and Golden Tate can do for Big Blue

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