The New York Giants They have a pre-season game in less than a week, believe it or not, as they’ll travel to Foxboro, Massachusetts. To face New England Patriots On Thursday, August 11th. So, as we wrap up week two of bootcamp with Friday night’s Van Fest at MetLife Stadium, let’s take stock of the offense.
There will be a corresponding piece coming on defense as well.
beginning: Daniel Jones
Backups: Tyrod Taylor, Davis Webb
Let’s start with Daniel Jones. The first few days of boot camp were uneven for a fourth-year quarterback. This week, Jones was even sharper. He threw the ball beautifully on Wednesday, and for me I didn’t make any questionable decisions.
Some difficult days should be expected. Head coach Brian Dabol said the Giants are still experimenting with passing concepts, trying to figure out what works and what doesn’t with their people. Many methods also have options that require communication between the midfielder and the receiver, and the process of leveling this will be a work in progress.
“I think when you go into the movie room, and you’re the coordinator or you’re a coach teaching the guys, you’re not trying to ride the waves of actual play. Because there’s a lot of good things going on. You know, the specifics of the play that guys do things really well,” the art director said. Brian Dabol, “And you try to be as consistent as possible, whether it’s an achievement or an incomplete.” “Why is it a deficiency? You know it. Why is it full? It could be a sequel, and the play is still not exactly the way you want it to. efficiency of it.
“I’m just trying to keep these guys as equal as possible. Find out what we have to fix, and if something’s good, tell them it’s good. We go out and there are six incomplete cases, I don’t worry about that. Because there’s a lot of stuff going on inside the play or The reason for that. Conversely, if the ball doesn’t hit the ground very often, that’s OK. But “there may be some things that, although complete, we really need to fix because they’re going to cost us as we go.”
Taylor and Webb both had some good moments this summer. Taylor throws a nice deep ball and showed that if he needed to play the Giants he would be in capable hands.
running backwards (6)
beginning: I will be Barclay
Backups: Matt Breda, Antonio Williams, Gary Brightwell, Jashawn Corbin, Sandro Platzgmer
Daboll used the word “explosive” recently when he talked about what Barkley looked like. The 2018 first-round pick certainly looks better than it did a year ago, when he was on his way back from major knee surgery.
Barkley is being used creatively as a receiver, something we’ve discussed before. The thing that may be under the radar with Barkley is that in the quilted practice session on Monday and Wednesday, Barkley seemed to be making an effort to take the plays where they were designed to go. This is something he hasn’t always done in the past.
“The past two years haven’t happened the way I want them to, I’ve been kind of thinking about it. Everything happens because; everything happens for a reason. So, the ordeal, the injuries that have put my way over the last two years, God has a bigger plan and it’s all going to work,” Barkley said. “So, this year, year five, for me, I just want, like I said in my first interview when I talked to you guys this year, I just want to show the (New York) Giants they look like they’ve crafted it still here. I can still get out there and make plays and help my team succeed.”
narrow end (7)
beginning: Daniel Bellinger
Backups: Ricky Sells-Jones, Jordan Akins, Chris Mayarik, Jeremiah Hall, Austin Allen, Andre Miller
Bellinger, the fourth-round rookie pick, is the obvious start. After a pre-training camp scare when he was put on the List of Physically Unable to Perform (PUP) with a four-way problem, he was removed from the PUP and served as a tight end for the first team every day.
Bellinger wasn’t amazing, but he caught the ball when it came his way and had enough speed to threaten the line of defense.
Backup mode is confused. Seals-Jones suffers from an unknown injury and has not exercised it recently. Akins was calm. The only time I noticed Meyarek was on Wednesday when he pulled Kayfun Tibodo to the ground and was flagged for being grabbed. From the uncut trio of Hall, Allen, and Miller, The hall was the most impressive He appears to have the best chance of earning a spot on the list.
Broad Receptor (14)
Appetizers: Kenny Goladay, Tony Cadarius, and Andell Robinson
Backups: Alex Bachman, CJboard, Kellan Doss, Robert Foster, Ritchie James, Colin Johnson, Marcus Kemp, Austin Bruhl, David Sales, Darius Slayton
Puppy: sterling shepherd
The best thing about boot camp so far? Golladay and Toney, who had barely done pre-season training a year ago, work every day. Consistent practice work should give them a chance to be better at being productive when the games start in September.
Guldai, like Jones, was up and down the first few practices of camp. It was pending on WednesdayIt was probably the best he had seen since coming to the giants.
Golladay recently revealed that he spent much of his vacation time in New Jersey working with Jones.
“That’s how much it means to me, to be honest. Just going to the training room doing little things, working out here as much as in the weight room and then just throwing in with the DJ,” said Golday. “Of course, you take your time off during the week.” Or over the weekend to go do your personal stuff like travel and everything, but I just made it clear to myself that I wanted to be here and really focus on the body a little bit more. “
Tony has been healthy, happy and productive. His twisting one-handed landing on the first day of training may still be his best campfire game yet.
“I feel like I’m more confident, it’s all about the experience,” said Tony. “Last year I was just a newbie coming young and learning everything. This year, sophomore year, so I’ve had experience in the field, and I’ve had my ups and downs and I’m just here to be who I am.”
Depending on how delegates are divided and what special teams ability they have, James and Board could have the inside track on backup assignments. Colin Johnson has had a productive camp so far, and as always in camp, David Sales put on some plays.
Darius Slayton has had good and bad moments. I still see Slayton as a bubble-based player.
offensive line (14)
Appetizers: Andrew Thomas (LT), Shane Lemieux (LG), John Feliciano (C), Mark Glowinsky (RG), Evan Neal (RT)
Backups: Ben Bradison, Joshua Izodo, Jamil Douglas, Max Garcia, DeVere Hamilton, Marcus McKitthan, Josh Rivas, Roy Mbitka, Garrett McGinn
Puppy: Nick Gates, Matt Burt
Now we get to the things everyone wants to know. How is the offensive line, which has been renewed for the second time in a million since the past Energy The giants beat it, do? Well, let’s start by moving from player to player across the starting offensive line.
The left intervention for the third year is an excellent camp presence. He looks healthy after off-season ankle surgery – he took his full workload and wasn’t restricted at all. Is Thomas, who is entering his third season, ready to step up and become an elite left-winger?
“Honestly, I’m just in competition with myself,” Thomas said. “There are a lot of things I’ve seen from last year that I need to clean up and things I need to improve. Once I put that on a movie, I think it will speak for itself.
He appears healthy after losing all but 17 of 2021 to a patellar tendon injury in his left knee. Lemieux has also taken shots in the center, which may be a harbinger of a future move to this centre.
“I think it was my first day of tampon use last year was the first day I (knee) hurt. I don’t think about it. Do you know what I mean? You can’t get in with the mindset of thinking about the past or having that in the back,” said Lemieux. out of your mind because you will play slowly.” “I’m healthy now and just working on getting better.”
The starting position missed four practices after having a heat/hydration issue at the end of the second practice. His value was shown when Ben Bredison, Jamil Douglas and Max Garcia struggled to catch the ball with precision, leading the Giants to try Lemio in the penalty spot.
There is not much to be said about the veteran right keeper. Glowinsky had a tough time with Leonard Williams, but he’s not alone.
Choice #7 in general has some growing pains. He looked bad in some of his matches this week, and Nick Valato looked at some of the reasons behind this. The huge guy is very athletic and very talented, and at the moment there is no reason to believe that things will not get better for him.
“I would say I’m never going to be a finished product, I just want to make sure I’m better than yesterday. In Alabama, coach (Nick) Saban liked to say, ‘Slow down yesterday.’ ‘That’s really where I am,’ Neil said. I like to say that I am my biggest critic. Nobody can criticize me more than me. I focus on the bad, but I also have to acknowledge the good as well because I do it well. I just watch the movie and take what I can from it and just focus on getting better, not making the same mistakes and building positive things.”
The issues with Backup Center have already been discussed. If Feliciano suffers an injury or performs poorly, it would not be surprising to see Lemio in the center and rookie Joshua Izudo in the left guard.
Ezeudu, as he was in North Carolina, has been a versatile master thus far. He worked in the left guard and both were on tackle points. He probably worked on the right-hand side as well, and I don’t remember seeing him.
Losing Matt Juno leaves the Giants without experienced interference in the swing. If the Giants aren’t sure Ezeudu can handle it, they might add a seasoned veteran to the task when teams cut their rosters at the end of pre-season.