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Breaking Down the New York Giants Roster Post-Draft

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Breaking Down the New York Giants Roster Post-Draft

Postby supkill124 » Mon May 10, 2021 8:59 pm

While much attention will be on the new additions at receiver for the New York Giants, the tight end group, which, other than adding Kyle Rudolph in free agency, certainty can't be forgotten.To get more Giants WOMENS GAME with cheap price, you can visit giantsnfl.com official website.

But certainly, its underwhelming 2020 performance can. Evan Engram, Levine Toilolo, and Kaden Smith accounted for one receiving touchdown, that by Engram, ten dropped passes and six interceptions on pass targets to them.

What continues to amaze is that Evan Engram, who has now been in three different systems, has yet to find an offensive coordinator who can optimize what he does well.

Instead, last year Jason Garrett called for the shorter stick routes and routes that had Engram coming back to the ball, which was a problem (and where the majority of Engram's concentration drops occurred).The other thing the coaches seem to insist upon is having Engram block players who outweigh him by 30+ pounds. While it's understandable that you can't shy away from asking Engram to block a bigger man, at the very least, there should be some double teams thrown in there to help him from being steamrolled by a larger opponent.

The addition of Rudolph should help this group significantly. Rudolph will be coming off foot surgery, and the hope is he'll be ready to go by Week 1. Rudolph is a much more reliable blocker able to handle the bigger opponents.

He's also a stellar red zone threat--83.3 percent of his touchdown receptions (40 out of 48) have come inside the opponent's 20-yard line. That stat alone should be like manna from heaven, considering the Giants managed just 19 red zone touchdowns (rushing and receiving) last season.
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