New York Giants: Evaluating The Situation At Tight End

The New York Giants have holes to fill on both offense and defense. One could argue that no position is as much of a pressing need as tight end.

The New York Giants are coming off of a season that could revitalize the organization. General manager Jerry Reese made sweeping changes that resulted in the team’s first postseason appearance since 2011.

There are a number of areas in which the Giants must improve, but one could argue that the most pressing need can be found at tight end.

New York finished the 2016 NFL regular season at 11-5 overall, which earned it a Wild Card berth. The defense was the key to team success, as it ranked No. 2 in the league in points allowed per game.

The offense, meanwhile, struggled to pull its weight during the 2016 season—a truth that former running back Rashad Jennings readily acknowledged, per Jeremy Bergman of

“We got to the dance but we had two left feet,” Jennings mused. “We stalled out. We didn’t finish. We didn’t finish our drives offensively. We did not put up points like we needed…