Where Can The New York Giants Look For Offensive Line Help? 1
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The New York Giants’ offensive line is paltry, but there are a couple of unrestricted free agents who could bolster it.

As the New York Giants look to conjure one more Super Bowl run in the Eli Manning era, fans have been nervously watching a substandard offensive line surrender too much pressure this preseason.

For Big Blue to be successful, they’re going to have to address the elephant in the room. Although Weston Richburg and Justin Pugh have emerged as two of the best offensive linemen in the league, the rest of the o-line hasn’t followed suit.

As of the present, the team would be sending Marshall Newhouse and John Jerry into the trenches on a weekly basis. This is a sobering thought.

For starters, both were alarmingly poor in run blocking last season. Their woes were expounded by the constant shuffling of the line to replace injured players, help struggling rookies and attempt to find a rhythm.

Well, the bad news is that Jerry Reese didn’t sign any players with starting capabilities. The good news is that there’s still a market — albeit a small one — for guards and tackles.

Here are a couple of linemen the Giants could target:

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Justin Weiss is a staff editor at Elite Sports New York, where he covers the New York Islanders and Brooklyn Cyclones. In 2016, he received a Quill Award for Freelance Journalism. He has written for the Long Island Herald, FanSided and YardBarker.