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Brian Davor Giants aren't panicking about aggressive growing pains

There's nothing exciting about what's happening with the Giants and their offense this summer. Nothing too amazing.

There was all sorts of anxiety and immediate analysis, lack of productivity during training his camp and in his game in the first preseason from questionable units until proven otherwise. is detailed. Daniel Jones looks like a quarterback learning his third offense in four years. Rotating inside the line he was an adventure. Marquee wide receivers are either absent too often (Kadaarius Tony) or too often invisible (Kenny Goladay). At least Saquon Barkley was great, and the two young offensive tackles seem to be the foundation.

No one observing all this can ignore the lackluster display so far. This fits neatly into the expectations that come with the arrival of Head his coach Brian Dabor that "defense is ahead of offense". And his choice to run defense, the ultra-aggressive Wink Martindale. What can be seen and presumed is what is reported, and this has been a source of some entertainment for someone new to the scene. I think the competition is fierce, especially where I've been," new right guard Mark Growinski told the Post.

Glowinski, who previously stopped in Seattle and Indianapolis in the NFL, will learn the ropes of swimming at New York's Fishbowl. When this all came to his attention, there was a "what the heck did you expect?" vibe. Glowinski and new center John Feliciano are both 30, but Glowinski has made far more NFL starts (74 compared to Feliciano's 39). This allows him to serve as the most experienced voice actor of all time. offensive line.

New York Giants head coach Brian Daboll when the New York Giants practiced
Robert Sabo

The obvious growing pains that lasted his month. Well, of course.

"It's kind of crazy to think, 'Will these guys get off to a good start,' if the press wants it," he said Glowinski. "Even when we're in camp, we're running plays that run like the basics, but we're not going to pull out all our weapons and start shooting. Things are just tied to what we're trying to do.''

Just like the cicada night song in August, the lack of game planning cuts corners this time of year. Condemning Attacks... It's the song you hear every year.For the Giants in 2022, it's all about finding a rhythm and it takes time.You can hear this song on Sept. 11, when the Giants open their season in Tennessee.

But you never know.Daboll started from scratch with this groupOffense is his vision.He is the mastermind. and his fingerprints cover every aspect of his offense, but it looks like offensive coordinator Mike Kafka is ready to actually call the play. 39} It touched my heart to hear Davor explain why he didn't practice with the Bengals this week ahead of Sunday night's preseason Game 2.

} "This is just the first year," said Daboll. “I have been part of many different teams over the years. The first year was about getting the equipment in place and making sure it did what it needed to do. We figured it would be in our best interest to do so.”

Translation: We need to get our stuff together before we let anyone else try it. He will have a joint practice with the Jets on the 25th, but it will be a one-day event and will take a full month from the start of the training camp.

Giants Mark Glowinski (64) practices at OTAs
Bill Costrone

55} Tendency to develop offenseand Quarter His tendency to provoke the back is the main reason Giants ownership has entrusted him with the key to the franchise.In his true head coaching debut in Nashville, his offense will be revealed deaf.

"We are evaluating players now," he said Daboll. "We're working on a lot of different schemes. It's not much different than the last 22 years I've been in."

There's a caveat here. Had Daboll stayed in Buffalo, the dynamic offense he built would have worked on his doctoral dissertation. ABC and 123 in the first round against the Giants.

"Until the season comes and games are played, there may be concerns about depth and nature that you can control," said Glowinski. Games shouldn't say things that are being played.''

Things keep being said. But what is right now may not be right later.