My One Concern About the New York Giants' Upcoming Season

Michael SamuelSenior Analyst IJuly 1, 2008

The Giants are a tightly knit, cohesive unit that finally lived up to their potential last year with a Super Bowl win. 

But thinking about it more and more everyday, there is still one thing that concerns me about the New York Giants.

The G-Men boast an offensive line that blocks as a unit, and they are arguably one of the best in the NFL. But what if one of those guys gets injured? 

Guy Whimper is the only young tackle that the Giants trust to play in case of injury. He can play left or right tackle, and he could fill in on the spot. However, he is inexperienced. But with the Giants' Super Bowl run, you can tell coach Tom Coughlin is not afraid to play rookies or inexperienced veterans. 

Outside of that though, I wonder if Snee, O'Hara, or Seubert were injured, who would be able to take their spot and help the running game?

Gray Reugamer has veteran experience and can play anywhere inside. But he is an older veteran who may not be able to play for long stretches at a time. Although he did a fine job handling the job of center during Week 17 and the Wild Card round.

Although this is my one, and only, concern, they still do have an offensive line that many other teams in the NFL would envy.

Other franchises would also be jealous of the depth that the Giants have at every position. This really gives credit to Jerry Reese and Ernie Accorsi.