New York Giants Big Blue Bylines, 6/18/17: Happy With Ereck Flowers
Nov 27, 2016; Cleveland, OH, USA; New York Giants offensive tackle Ereck Flowers (74) during the third quarter between the Cleveland Browns and the New York Giants at FirstEnergy Stadium. The Giants won 27-13. Mandatory Credit: Scott R. Galvin-USA TODAY Sports

It’s looking like the New York Giants are pleased with the progress of Ereck Flowers and Davis Webb is going to extremes to learn.

Let’s not pretend we don’t understand what’s happening with the New York Giants. We do.

The defense is nasty. Led by Landon Collins and Damon Harrison, forget about it. It’s already one of the top couple units heading into 2017. We just don’t know if it’s the best.

When it comes to the offense, everything is in place, especially with the addition of Brandon Marshall and Evan Engram. The only question, of course, revolves around the offensive line.

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Should Ben McAdoo‘s O-line hit it big, this team will be scary. So far, so good.

ESPN’s Jordan Raanan is reporting that the G-Men are liking what they see from third-year left tackle Ereck Flowers. Flowers also feels improvements in his own body.

“I feel good,” Flowers said after completing his third minicamp since being taken by the Giants in the first round in 2015. “I feel better. A little quicker.”

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