With a revamped offensive line and the inclusion of Shane Vereen via free agency from the Patriots to an already star studded offense, the Giants look a formidable force in the NFC East.
Vereen joins a roster already boasting players such as Odell Beckham Jr. who, as a rookie had an outstanding first year at wide receiver, making 91 receptions for 1305 yards and scoring 12 touchdowns along the way.
Beckham is ably supported by Victor Cruz, another stand-out wide receiver who is currently recovering from a torn patellar tendon and should be ready in time for September 10th. Quarterback Eli Manning oozes quality and has 2 Super Bowls to his name already. Running back Rashad Jennings will now face competition for his place from Shane Vereen, winner of Super Bowl XLIX with the New England Patriots.
The drafting of Bobby Hart, an offensive lineman, has really helped to improve the quality of the Giants offensive line. Hart is expected to change his position, going from a tackle, to a guard in the NFL according to Jerry Reese, GM of the Giants.
Both of these signings will really help improve the quality of the Giants, with the signing of Hart at guard particularly, allowing Eli Manning much more freedom to step up his game again this season.
Although it is early days to call whether or not the Giants will be serious contenders for Super Bowl 50, it is fair to say that few teams have added as much quality to their roster on the offesnive side of the ball as the Giants.
How far can they go?
The question that remains to be answered is can the Giant's offense gel together and of course, how will the defense perform?
Whatever the case, it is clear that the offense boasted by the Giants is one of the most formidable in the NFL. Can the tantalising duo of Eli Manning and Odell Beckham lead the Giants to another Superbowl victory?
This writer certainly believes that they will at least be contenders for their division and if a bit of luck falls their way, we could well be seeing the Giants in Levi's Stadium on February 7 2016.
Is the offense good enough to lead the Giants to a Superbowl? Have your say in the comments!