● By Zack Dietz
The New York Giants went into 2020 with decently high expectations after hiring former Patriots special teams coordinator Joe Judge as their head coach and the results were . . . inconsistent. Possessing one of the most shallow rosters on paper, the Giants somewhat exceeded expectations, but still wound up finishing 6-10. Quarterback Daniel Jones failed to take the next step in his development, running back Saquon Barkley was lost for the year due to a torn ACL in Week 2 and rookie first-round pick Andrew Thomas was a disappointment at tackle. The Giants’ season was not without positives, however. Free-agent signings James Bradberry, Logan Ryan and Blake Martinez all had sensational campaigns, with those first two being named to the Pro Bowl. The Giants also saw a breakout season from Leonard Williams and the continued development of giant interior defender Dexter Lawrence II.
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