The Giants have put lots of talent around Eli Manning — just not in front of him

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The Giants have put lots of talent around Eli Manning — just not in front of him
The Giants have put lots of talent around Eli Manning — just not in front of him

The New York Giants made a lot of changes this offseason, hiring a new head coach (Pat Shurmur) and general manager (Dave Gettleman) and acquiring several new players, most notably Saquon Barkley, the Penn State running back drafted with the No. 2 overall pick. The one big change they didn't make was at the quarterback position, choosing to stick with Eli Manning behind center instead of selecting a rookie in the first round. Through one game this season, the results of all those decisions are concerning. That doesn't lie solely at Manning's feet, but the fact remains that the same major issue that has plagued the Giants over the past two seasons remains: The offensive line is still one of the

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