Giants have 6th-most expensive offense in NFL

One of the focuses during the offseason for the New York Giants is fixing the offense, and more specifically the offensive line — but the offense in general needs some love.

Currently, the Giants’ offense is slated to cost over $148 million in 2024, according to NFL analyst Warren Sharp, who cites Over the Cap’s figure. That total is the sixth-highest in the NFL.

Also per Over the Cap, the Giants’ offense takes up over roughly 63% of the team’s spending. Of that amount, roughly 22% goes to the offensive line.

However, those numbers don’t include the additions of Aaron Stinnie and Austin Schlottmann, which only means that the offense is going to get more expensive.

Daniel Jones takes up the most space (as he should), but behind him is Andrew Thomas, whose 2024 cap hit is less than half Jones’.

On top of all of this, the Giants still have to get through the draft.

Defensively, the Giants are spending $86.4 million on the defense, which was the better unit in 2023. With the offense as expensive as it is, and that number only expected to rise, that side of the football needs to perform in 2024.

Actually, let’s rephrase: Joe Schoen and Brian Daboll need the Giants to perform in 2024.

Story originally appeared on Giants Wire