2 Giant Goofballs: A NY Giants Podcast

Analyzing The NY Giants Running Backs Squad For The 2024 Season

May 07, 2024
Analyzing The NY Giants Running Backs Squad For The 2024 Season
2 Giant Goofballs: A NY Giants Podcast
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2 Giant Goofballs: A NY Giants Podcast
Analyzing The NY Giants Running Backs Squad For The 2024 Season
May 07, 2024

Welcome back to another exciting episode of "2 Giant Goofballs"! In today's episode, we're diving deep into the New York Giants' running back corps in preparation for the 2024 NFL season. Strap in as we break down each player on the roster, analyze their performance from last season, and explore potential free agent additions to bolster our backfield. 

First up, we have Devin Singletary, a dynamic back who showcased his versatility with the Texans last season. Standing at 5’7” and weighing 203lbs, Singletary proved to be a reliable option both on the ground and through the air, amassing 898 rushing yards and 193 receiving yards while earning a solid 70.8 PFF grade.

Next, let's talk about Eric Gray, a young and promising talent with tremendous upside. Despite limited opportunities last season, Gray demonstrated flashes of brilliance, showcasing his elusiveness and receiving skills. With a PFF grade of 57.2, Gray is poised to make a significant impact in the upcoming season.

Tyrone Tracy Jr. brings a combination of size, speed, and agility to the Giants' backfield. The former Purdue standout impressed with his explosive playmaking ability, averaging an impressive 6.3 yards per carry and earning an outstanding 87.5 PFF grade. Tracy Jr. is undoubtedly a player to watch this season.

Gary Brightwell, Jashaun Corbin, Deon Jackson, and Dante Miller round out our running back group, each bringing their unique skill sets to the table. From Brightwell's power running to Corbin's versatility, Jackson's elusiveness, and Miller's explosiveness, the Giants have a diverse array of talent in their backfield.

But the question remains: Should the Giants look to add another running back to the mix? With free agent options like Dalvin Cook, Rashaad Penny, and Cam Akers available, the opportunity to strengthen our running game is certainly enticing. Adding a proven playmaker could provide valuable depth and insurance for the season ahead.

Lastly, we can't ignore the elephant in the room: the departure of star running back Saquon Barkley to the Eagles. While his absence leaves a significant void in the Giants' backfield, it also presents an opportunity for the next man up to step into the spotlight and make their mark.

As we gear up for the 2024 season, one thing is for certain: the Giants' running back corps is primed for success. With a talented group of backs and the potential for additional reinforcements, the sky's the limit for Big Blue's ground game. Stay tuned to "2 Giant Goofballs" for all the latest updates and analysis on your favorite NFL team!

#nygiants #giants #nfl

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Show Notes

Welcome back to another exciting episode of "2 Giant Goofballs"! In today's episode, we're diving deep into the New York Giants' running back corps in preparation for the 2024 NFL season. Strap in as we break down each player on the roster, analyze their performance from last season, and explore potential free agent additions to bolster our backfield. 

First up, we have Devin Singletary, a dynamic back who showcased his versatility with the Texans last season. Standing at 5’7” and weighing 203lbs, Singletary proved to be a reliable option both on the ground and through the air, amassing 898 rushing yards and 193 receiving yards while earning a solid 70.8 PFF grade.

Next, let's talk about Eric Gray, a young and promising talent with tremendous upside. Despite limited opportunities last season, Gray demonstrated flashes of brilliance, showcasing his elusiveness and receiving skills. With a PFF grade of 57.2, Gray is poised to make a significant impact in the upcoming season.

Tyrone Tracy Jr. brings a combination of size, speed, and agility to the Giants' backfield. The former Purdue standout impressed with his explosive playmaking ability, averaging an impressive 6.3 yards per carry and earning an outstanding 87.5 PFF grade. Tracy Jr. is undoubtedly a player to watch this season.

Gary Brightwell, Jashaun Corbin, Deon Jackson, and Dante Miller round out our running back group, each bringing their unique skill sets to the table. From Brightwell's power running to Corbin's versatility, Jackson's elusiveness, and Miller's explosiveness, the Giants have a diverse array of talent in their backfield.

But the question remains: Should the Giants look to add another running back to the mix? With free agent options like Dalvin Cook, Rashaad Penny, and Cam Akers available, the opportunity to strengthen our running game is certainly enticing. Adding a proven playmaker could provide valuable depth and insurance for the season ahead.

Lastly, we can't ignore the elephant in the room: the departure of star running back Saquon Barkley to the Eagles. While his absence leaves a significant void in the Giants' backfield, it also presents an opportunity for the next man up to step into the spotlight and make their mark.

As we gear up for the 2024 season, one thing is for certain: the Giants' running back corps is primed for success. With a talented group of backs and the potential for additional reinforcements, the sky's the limit for Big Blue's ground game. Stay tuned to "2 Giant Goofballs" for all the latest updates and analysis on your favorite NFL team!

#nygiants #giants #nfl

Support the Show.

All Episodes are shot LIVE with fan interactions on Youtube, Facebook, Twitter, & Twitch

Sponsor the show at: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/2giantgoofballs

Interested in starting a podcast. We recommend using buzzsprout: https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=2012368

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