No. 1: Positional Battles
The roster for New York is one of the most well-rounded in the NFL. The offensive line boasts multiple quality starters, while the weaponry is stacked more than Aaron Rodgers ever had in Green Bay. With all this talent should come some hotly-contest battles across the depth chart.
Two spots, in particular, will be fun to monitor: Tight end and pass rusher. Rodgers frequents veterans more often than not, so Tyler Conklin and C.J. Uzomah might be the leaders in the clubhouse. However, youngsters Jeremy Ruckert and Zack Kuntz possess considerable upside.
Then on the other side of the ball, several names are vying for a roster spot. Carl Lawson and John Franklin-Myers can terrorize opposing quarterbacks, but to truly go on a Super Bowl run, it would be promising to see Jermaine Johnson and Will McDonald IV hold their own versus the veterans at training camp.
The RB2 role behind Breece Hall is up for grabs, and it will be interesting to see if former top-five pick, Corey Davis, can find a groove with the addition of Rodgers to the offense. The good news is cameras will be around to document every step of the way.