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  • Writer's pictureDominic Konareski

Why The Giants May Take A Step Back In 2023

The New York Giants, a team that went on a storybook run last season to clinch a playoff berth, and even upset one of the best teams in football, the Minnesota Vikings.


Will Big Blue see the same success in 2023/24 though? The NFC East is the most competitive division in the conference, along with New York having one of the toughest schedules.

Daniel Jones went from being considered as a bust to now being a playoff winning QB. Overall though it was just a single season that is shadowed by three mediocre ones. Jones needs to view ‘23 as an “I’m here” year, proving that he is no one year wonder player and that the Giants truly have their franchise QB1 moving forward.


New York is still missing a true WR1; players like Saquon Barkley and Darren Waller always have consistency issues and health factors always come into play.


Defensive football for the Giants is looking very good and can possibly be considered as a top five defense in the league, but a potential offensive lack could be the demise.

At the ceiling the Giants are a wild card team, it looks very unlikely they will see more than 10 wins. A floor record of 7-11 is also likely, let's take a look at the schedule.


*Highlighted games represent projected wins that could fall as losses


Week 1 vs Cowboys - - - W 1-0

Week 2 @ Cardinals - - - W 2-0

Week 3 @ 49ers - - - W 3-0

Week 4 vs Seahawks - - - W 4-0

Week 5 @ Dolphins - - -W 5-0

Week 6 @ Bills - - - L 5-1

Week 7 vs Washington - - - L 5-2

Week 8 vs Jets - - - L 5-3

Week 9 @ Raiders - - - W 6-3

Week 10 @ Cowboys - - - L 6-4

Week 11 @ Washington - - - L 6-5

Week 12 vs Patriots - - - W 7-5

Week 13 BYE 7-5

Week 14 vs Packers - - - W 8-5

Week 15 @ Saints - - - W 9-5

Week 16 @ Eagles - - - L 9-6

Week 17 vs Rams - - - W 10-6

Week 18 vs Eagles - - - L 10-7


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