11 lowest-graded Giants from the 2023 regular season

The New York Giants finished the 2023 regular season with a record of 6-11, which was a far cry from their surprise playoff appearance a year ago.

Injuries dominated the headlines in East Rutherford beginning all the way back in Week 1 and that trend never relented. Despite an increased effort to remain healthy, the Giants once again finished the year among the NFL’s worst in man games lost.

Because of the injuries, there was a significant shuffling of personnel at almost every position. As a result, multiple players underwhelmed and compiled less-than-stellar grades.

Here’s a look at the 11-lowest-graded Giants played from the 2023 season courtesy of Pro Football Focus.

Note: To quality, a player must have seen a minimum of 300 snaps.

LB Azeez Ojulari (51.8)

CB Deonte Banks (51.4)

TE Daniel Bellinger (49.1)

CB Adoree' Jackson (48.6)

DT Rakeem Nunez-Roches (46.2)

OL Marcus McKethan (45.4)

LB Jihad Ward (42.4)

OL Ben Bredeson (42.1)

OL Justin Pugh (41.6)

OL John Michael Schmitz (41.4)

RT Evan Neal (39.8)

Story originally appeared on Giants Wire