2017 New York Giants Roster Breakdown and Projection

Giants football is finally back!

After six months of no football, the 2017 NFL season is finally upon us! New York Giants Training Camp has begun and is in full swing, and the first preseason game (against the Pittsburgh Steelers) is coming up fast.

The Giants are coming off of an encouraging yet disappointing 2016 season. They returned to the playoffs for the first time in five years, but were obliterated in the first round by the Green Bay Packers. The offense seemed out of sync, and the defense finally cracked after months as the NFL’s best.

Still though, there is lots of hope around the Giants in 2017. They return this season with much of last year’s team, and have added some key pieces that will compliment the already existing core.

We’ll break down each positional group individually before unveiling a final 53-Man roster projection and depth chart at the end of the article. The roster projection will be updated weekly, so be sure to come back for more following each preseason game! Continue reading


2017 New York Giants Draft Report Card

The Giants made many exciting picks in this year’s draft, including Evan Engram, Dalvin Tomlinson, and Davis Webb.

The 2017 NFL Draft has came and went, and the New York Giants have six new freshman players. The team had various needs (tight end, defensive tackle, offensive line, kicker, linebacker), and some of these were addressed better than others. Here’s Overtime’s report card review of the 2017 New York Giants Draft Class.

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Which Sport Has the Best Playoffs?

The hallmark of all four major sports is their respective postseasons.
There really is no time like the postseason in sports. It is the time when the best of the best assert themselves, and the pretenders go home. Every sport’s postseason features its best competition and the most intense games. However, which sport has the very best postseason?

This is very difficult debate, as even the “worst” playoff sports have set the stage for some of the finest moments in all of sports. But without further ado, here’s Overtime’s take on which sport’s playoffs truly are the best.

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Giants Sign Brandon Marshall – Report

Veteran wide receiver Brandon Marshall is the newest member of the New York Giants.

The New York Giants have made another free agency splash, signing veteran wide receiver Brandon Marshall to a 2-year, $12 million deal. The deal was first reported around 10:15 today by Newsday.

There’s a lot to digest with this deal, so let’s break it down.

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Giants Place Franchise Tag on Jason Pierre-Paul

Jason Pierre-Paul will be back again with the New York Giants in 2017.

On Monday, the New York Giants announced that they placed the Franchise Tag on defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul. The rules around the franchise tag are tricky, but the gist of it is that the Giants are on the hook for around $17 million next year for Pierre-Paul’s services.

Let’s analyze what this deal means for Pierre-Paul, the Giants, and the rest of the Giants’ offseason plans.

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Giants Release Victor Cruz, Rashad Jennings

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On Monday, the Giants cut two reliable veterans.

Sometimes in life, you have to make the tough decision of saying goodbye to the past in order to fully embrace the future. Sports are no different. And with the New York Giants up against the salary cap ceiling and the team looking to be active in free agency, the Giants made two of those tough choices on Monday afternoon.

The Giants announced that they have cut wide receiver Victor Cruz and running back Rashad Jennings. The salary cap savings will total $10 million, leaving lots of valuable space that the Giants can use this spring. The savings though, do not make the decision to move on from two fan favorites any easier.

Let’s look back at Cruz’s and Jennings’ Giants careers, as well as projecting where Big Blue goes now.

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Top 10 Super Bowls

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Terry Bradshaw, Jerry Rice, Eli Manning, and Joe Namath are among the greatest performers in Super Bowl history.

The Super Bowl is one of the most celebrated spectacles in all of sports. It is the ultimate stage, the pinnacle where heroes shine and legends are made. Through 50 installments, no season finale has ever truly been a bust.

With Super Bowl LI right around the corner, let’s look at the Top 10 Greatest Super Bowls of all time.

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Super Bowl LI Preview

The Atlanta Falcons will face their toughest test yet, as they take on the New England Patriots on Sunday, February 5th in Super Bowl LI at 6:30 on FOX.

This is it: after a 4-month journey through various trials and tribulations, it is finally time for the big game worth all the marbles. And what a star-studded season finale it will be this time around.

In the red corner, we have the Atlanta Falcons: the NFC Conference Champions, NFC South Division Champions, and the NFL’s most electric offense. The new kids on the block, they are ready to take flight.

And fighting out of the blue corner, we have the New England Patriots: the AFC Conference Champions, AFC East Division Champions, and the NFL’s greatest villains. No strangers to the big stage, the Patriots are primed for another Championship drive.

The hubbub all comes to a head one week from today, when the two combatants will finally duke it out under the lights at NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas. Kickoff is set for 6:30, and can be seen on FOX.

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Giants-Packers: Wild Card Round Preview

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The New York Giants and Green Bay Packers will face off in the NFC Wild Card Round on Sunday at 4:40 on FOX.

It’s showtime! For the first time since 2011, the New York Giants have made it into the NFL Playoffs, and much like their last postseason endeavor, the road to the Super Bowl will be fierce. The Giants will face off against the surging Green Bay Packers in the Wild Card Round of the NFL Playoffs on Sunday at 4:40 on FOX.

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Giants-Redskins: Week 17 Preview

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The 10-5 New York Giants will close out their season in the nation’s capital, taking on the 8-6-1 Washington Redskins on Sunday at 4:30 on FOX.

Although the calendar shifts to 2017 tomorrow, the NFL season will still be in its final stages of the 2016 season on New Year’s Day. As for the New York Giants, they’ve clinched a playoff spot, their first since 2011, as the 5th seed. However, the notion that Big Blue has nothing left to play for is far from true; the Giants have to continue to tune up the team for the playoff push.

Sunday’s contest against the Washington Redskins will have significant meaning for the host Redskins, who sit at 8-6-1 and can make the playoffs with a victory over the Giants. Thus, the Redskins will pull out all the stops with a potential trip to the postseason at stake.

Kickoff is set for 4:30 on FOX on Sunday.

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