Dexter Lawrence, Andrew Thomas were highest-graded Giants in 2022

The 2022 regular season has come and gone for the New York Giants.

The team exceeded expectations under first-year general manager Joe Schoen and first-year head coach Brian Daboll, finishing their 17-game slate with a record of 9-7-1. They picked up an additional win over the Minnesota Vikings in the playoffs, which was their first since Super Bowl XLVI.

Things may have ended in a “crash landing,” but the future for the Giants seems bright.

Here’s a quick look back at the highest- and lowest-graded Giants from the 2022 season (minimum 300 snaps).

Highest grades, offense

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  • OL Andrew Thomas (90.3)

  • RB Saquon Barkley (80.5)

  • WR Isaiah Hodgins (76.9)

  • QB Daniel Jones (75.8)

  • WR Richie James Jr. (72.0)

Lowest grades, offense

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  • OL Evan Neal (41.7)

  • OL Tyre Phillips (50.5)

  • WR Marcus Johnson (55.0)

  • OL Jon Feliciano (57.0)

  • OL Ben Bredeson (57.5)

Highest grades, defense

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  • NT Dexter Lawrence (91.6)

  • DL Leonard Williams (74.7)

  • LB Kayvon Thibodeaux (72.5)

  • CB Adoree’ Jackson (70.8)

  • CB Cor’Dale Flott (67.8)

Lowest grades, defense

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  • DL Justin Ellis (30.1)

  • S Dane Belton (32.8)

  • LB Tomon Fox (38.6)

  • LB Micah McFadden (38.7)

  • DL Jihad Ward (42.1)

Other notable grades

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  • K Graham Gano (90.4)

  • P Jamie Gillan (69.8)

Story originally appeared on Giants Wire