New York Giants 53-Man roster prediction after the 2020 offseason.
The New York football Giants are coming off a 4-12 season, and have not made the playoffs in the past 3 seasons. They just fired their previous coach, and their franchise quarterback finally called it quits after his 16th season with the team.
Enter Joe Judge. The former special teams coach is a disciple of not only Bill Belichick but also Nick Saban. Both had very good things to say about the 38-year-old Head Coach. Belichick, per the Giants website, had this to say about Judge:
"“Joe has done an outstanding job,” Belichick said. “He’s an excellent coach. He understands the game well, works extremely hard and is a very good teacher of fundamentals. Joe picks up concepts and coaching points quickly. He is an exceptional leader and one of the best coaches I have been around. He has been responsible for coaching units comprised of nearly every player on the roster. That requires an ability to handle many moving parts, make constant adjustments and immediate decisions. I appreciate Joe’s many contributions to our staff and team and wish him well.” via Giants media"
The Giants did not just make some personnel changes but also continued to build the roster through free agency and the draft. They managed to fix the offensive line, and get some hopeful contributors on the defensive side of the ball. Let’s take a look at the new and improved New York football Giants roster.