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Running Back (4)

  1. Saquon Barkley
  2. Wayne Gallman
  3. Jonathan Stewart
  4. Jalen Simmons

The Giants ground game will rely heavily on rookie phenom Saquon Barkley. Wayne Gallman who averaged 4.3 yards per carry last season will be Barkley’s primary backup, while Stewart will be the Giants short-yardage and goal-line back. Simmons will make the roster for added depth especially after Stewart subpar performance in the preseason.

Fullback (1)

  1. Shane Smith

The Giants finally have a fullback and they will use Smith to pave the way for their tailbacks.

Odell Beckham Jr.
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Wide Receiver (6)

  1. Odell Beckham Jr.
  2. Sterling Shepard
  3. Cody Latimer
  4. Hunter Sharp
  5. Russell Shepard
  6. Kalif Raymond

Beckham and Shepard are the established starters and Latimer will come in when the Giants are in three-wide receiver formation. Sharp and Raymond will make the roster in large part to their ability to help in the return game, and Russell Shepard is a dependable receiver that has had a solid preseason.

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Tight End (3)

  1. Evan Engram
  2. Rhett Ellison
  3. Jerell Adams

After a solid rookie campaign, Engram is poised to be a star in this league. Behind him are sure-handed and powerful Ellison and Adams who’s entering his third season in the league.

Engram is a great pass catcher, but still needs to work on his run blocking. Expect Ellison in Adams to be in the game when the Giants are in short yardage situations.

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Offensive Line (8)

  1. Nate Solder (LT)
  2. Will Hernandez (LG)
  3. Jon Halapio (C)
  4. Patrick Omameh (RG)
  5. Ereck Flowers (RT)
  6. Chad Wheeler (T)
  7. John Jerry (G)
  8. John Greco (G/C)

The biggest question surrounding the Giants offense is how the revamped offensive line will hold up. This unit is better that vastly better than last year’s unit with the addition of Solder and Hernandez, but the right side of the line is still a question mark so the Giants need to keep as many quality linemen as possible.

Wheeler can play either tackle position in case something happens to Solder or Flowers, and John Greco is now the backup center after the Giants traded Brett Jones to the Vikings.

Jason's first love was football while growing up in northern New Jersey. For the past three years, he has covered the New York Giants, as well as several boxing events along the East Coast.