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The team's starting center who struggled to stay healthy last year. He doesn't make a huge impact in either run or pass blocking, especially now without Brandon Jacobs, the team's primary interior runner.
Beatty continues to struggle with back issues that could be troublesome come regular-season time. He had a disappointing 2011, and is particularly weak in run blocking.
The presumed starting left guard who's struggled to find a true position along the line.
A 330 pounder from Indiana, many fans have been calling for Brewer to start over David Diehl. He's got plenty of upside, but for now, he stands as inexperienced.
A flex player listed as a center, Cordle's one of the biggest bodies on the team at 320 pounds. He spent time on the practice squad last season.
After a turbulent offseason highlighted by a DWI conviction, Diehl will look to settle in as the team's new right tackle. He's played both guard and both tackle positions for the Giants, but has been prone to penalties in past years.
A veteran tackle who could start in place of Beatty this week. Locklear's one of the more proven players in this unit, and offensive coordinator Kevin Gilbride has been impressed with what he's seen this summer.
A guard who endured a nightmarish preseason. Petrus played all 60 minutes against the Patriots last week, and was dominated on the inside. He was originally cut, but was re-signed after waiver claim D.J. Jones failed his physical.
Big Blue's top lineman, Snee's a former Pro Bowler and a great pass blocker. He'll look to anchor an unproven line in 2012.
The clear-cut question mark for the Giants. This was the unit that paved the way for the league's worst-ranked rushing attack last year, and it hasn't made any real improvements heading into Week 1. It was a rough preseason, and fans will have to hope that things turn around fast.