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Do the Giants have a playoff-caliber offensive line?

When the 2022 NFL season began, one of the biggest question marks about the New York Giants was whether their offensive line would be better than the awful 2021 version. General Manager Joe Schoen tried to do so with limited financial resources, signing free agents Mark Glowinski, Jon Feliciano and a bunch of other low-cost offensive linemen and in-season waiver wire pickups, plus using draft picks on Evan Neal, Joshua Ezeudu, and Marcus McKethan.

It’s hard to say that it worked very well, at least in this first year. Neal, the second 2022 offensive tackle drafted, finished second-worst among all rookies in Pro Football Focus overall blocking grade (44.