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The New York Giants are coming off a surprising playoff appearance in 2022, their first one since 2016, thanks to the stellar coaching of Brian Daboll and the clutch performances of Daniel Jones and Saquon Barkley. However, the G-Men face a daunting challenge in 2023, as they have one of the toughest schedules in the league. Can they repeat their success and contend for the NFC East title?

In order to do so, the Giants will look to build on their 9-7-1 record and playoff victory from last season with a new look and a more talented roster. The team's receiving corps has been significantly improved. Although four wide receivers who were part of the Giants in 2022 (Kenny Golladay, Marcus Johnson, Richie James, Kadarius Toney) are no longer on the roster, they have added wide receivers Parris Campbell, Jamison Crowder, and Jeff Smith in free agency to replace them, as well as re-signing Darius Slayton and Sterling Shepard and selecting Biletnikoff winner Jalin Hyatt in the third round of the draft, With so many talented wide receivers, it will be interesting to see how the depth chart shakes out. 

Other positions to keep an eye on include cornerback, where Darnay Holmes is looking to build on his strong rookie season, and tight end, with the trade for Raiders star Daren Waller. 

As mentioned previously, the Giants will have to overcome a brutal slate of opponents in 2023. They will open the season with a Sunday Night Football showdown against the Dallas Cowboys, who have beaten them nine times in the last ten meetings. Then they face four road games in five weeks, including trips to Arizona, San Francisco, Miami, and Buffalo, and then deal with tough divisional rivals like Washington and Philadelphia, as well as potential playoff contenders like Seattle and Tampa Bay.

As Giants fans eagerly await the start of the season, it's evident that the team is focused on success. Having experienced so many victories in the past, they are more determined than ever to achieve their goal of reaching the top of the NFC East.

How did the New York Giants perform in the 2022 NFL Season?

The New York Giants had a remarkable turnaround in 2022, going from a 6-10 record in 2021 to a 9-7-1 record and a playoff berth in 2022. They also won their first postseason game since 2012 against the Minnesota Vikings, before falling to their division rival Philadelphia Eagles in the Divisional Round.

The Giants improved in 2022 thanks to four factors: Saquon Barkley, their offensive line, their defense, and Daniel Jones.

Barkley returned from injuries and rushed for 1,312 yards and 10 touchdowns. He was a dynamic and versatile weapon for the Giants’ offense and the Comeback Player of the Year, as well as becoming a Pro Bowler for a third time. The offensive line was also much better, with Andrew Thomas and making the All-Pro second team. The defense ranked among the top units in the league, despite losing several key players to injury. They had enough depth and talent to overcome these losses, thanks to players like Dexter Lawrence, Azeez Ojulari, Adoree’ Jackson, Logan Ryan, and Xavier McKinney. 

Daniel Jones developed into a more confident and consistent quarterback, throwing for 3,205 yards and 15 touchdowns. He led several clutch drives for the Giants, including a game-winning touchdown pass to Darius Slayton against the Colts in Week 17 that clinched their playoff spot.

The Giants’ biggest weakness in the last few seasons has been their linebacker corps. They recorded the second-lowest overall grade in the NFL according to PFF (35.8) during the year 2022.

All in all, the Giants had a memorable season in 2022, exceeding expectations and returning to relevance in the NFL. They have a bright future ahead of them, with young and talented players who can compete for years to come.

Who did the New York Giants acquire in the 2023 NFL Draft?

The Giants drafted the following players:

  • Round 1, Pick 24 (From Jacksonville): Deonte Banks, CB, Maryland
  • Round 2, Pick 57: John Michael Schmitz, C, Minnesota
  • Round 3, Pick 73 (From LA Rams): Jalin Hyatt, WR, Tennessee
  • Round 5, Pick 172: Eric Gray, RB, Oklahoma (Compensatory pick)
  • Round 6, Pick 209 (From Kansas City): Tre Hawkins III, CB, Old Dominion
  • Round 7, Pick 243: Jordon Riley, NT, Oregon
  • Round 7, Pick 254: Gervarrius Owens, S, Houston (Compensatory pick)

Who else did the Giants acquire for the 2023 Season?

The Giants made some interesting trades this season by getting 2020 Pro Bowler tight end Darren Waller from the Las Vegas Raiders in exchange for their third-round pick in the 2023 draft, as well as trading their 2024 draft seventh-round pick with the Arizona Cardinals in exchange for safety Isaiah Simmons.

These are also the free agent players they acquired for the 2023 season who made the roster cut:

  • Bobby McCain, FS, Washington Commanders
  • Parris Campbell, WR, Indianapolis Colts
  • J. C. Hassenauer, C, Pittsburgh Steelers (Reserve list)
  • Rakeem Nuñez-Roches, DT, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
  • Bobby Okereke, LB, Indianapolis Colts
  • Amani Oruwariye, CB, Detroit Lions (Practice squad)
  • A'Shawn Robinson, DE, Los Angeles Rams
  • Tommy Sweeney, TE, Buffalo Bills (Reserve list)

They also picked up the following undrafted free agents:

  • Alex Cook, S, Washington (Practice squad)
  • Tommy DeVito, QB, Illinois (Practice squad)
  • Bryce Ford-Wheaton, WR, West Virginia (Reserve list)
  • Dyontae Johnson, LB, Toledo (Practice squad)
  • Ryan Jones, TE, East Carolina (Practice Squad)

New York Giants Key Matchups in 2023

The New York Giants have some important matchups in 2023 that could determine whether they’ll make a playoff run again this year. Here are some of the most important games they’ll need to face in order to achieve that goal:

Week 7 vs. Washington Commanders: The Giants will face their other division rivals, the Washington Commanders, for the first time in week 7. The Commanders had a disappointing season by finishing last in the NFC East last year with an 8-8-1 record and they’re making some significant roster and coaching changes for 2023, including the signings of quarterback Jacoby Brissett and offensive coach/assistant head coach Eric Bieniemy. This is the Giants’ chance to make some noise in the division and start making their way into the top of the division.

Week 12 vs. New England Patriots: This is a rare matchup between two teams from different conferences, but it has a lot of significance as the Giants and the Patriots have met twice in the Super Bowl, with the Giants winning both times in dramatic fashion. The Patriots are still led by legendary coach Bill Belichick, who used to be the defensive coordinator for the Giants in the 1980s, and they have a revamped roster with quarterback Mac Jones, running back Ezekiel Elliott, and wide receiver Nelson Agholor.

Week 18 at Philadelphia Eagles: The Giants will host the Eagles in Week 18 in what could be a crucial game for both of their playoff hopes and a chance for the Giants to get payback for the 2022 NFC Divisional Playoff Game. The Eagles are the defending NFC champions and one of the most balanced teams in the league, with a dynamic offense led by quarterback Jalen Hurts and a formidable defense led by defensive end Brandon Graham and cornerback Darius Slay. The Eagles have won five of the last seven meetings against the Giants.

FAQs about New York Giants 2023 Game Schedule And Tickets

When were the New York Giants established and joined the NFL?

The New York Giants were founded in 1925 and joined the NFL in the same year, when the league was then only five years old.

Who owns the New York Giants?

The ownership of the Giants is split between the Mara and Tisch families. Representing the Mara family is John K. Mara, while Steve Tisch represents the Tisch family. The team was established in 1925 by Tim Mara, who purchased it for $500. The Mara family retained ownership until 1991, at which point Wellington Mara, Tim's son, sold 50% of the team to businessman and film producer Bob Tisch. This arrangement made Wellington and Bob co-owners and co-chairmen of the Giants. Following their deaths in 2005, their roles were taken over by their respective sons, John Mara and Steve Tisch. Currently, John and Steve serve as co-owners of the Giants.

Who is the head coach of the New York Giants?

Brian Daboll currently holds the position of head coach for the New York Giants. He was hired on January 28, 2022, subsequent to his four-year tenure as the offensive coordinator for the Buffalo Bills. He is the 20th head coach in Giants history and he currently stands as the first coach to earn the NFL Coach of the Year award in his inaugural season.

What are some of the other personnel and assistant coaches?

  • Don “Wink” Martindale, defensive coordinator
  • Mike Kafka, offensive coordinator
  • Thomas McGaughey, special teams coordinator
  • Joe Schoen, general manager / senior vice-president

How many championships have the New York Giants won?

The New York Giants have won a total of four Super Bowl championships. Their championships were earned in the following NFL seasons:

  • Super Bowl XXI (1986 season): The Giants defeated the Denver Broncos with a score of 39-20.
  • Super Bowl XXV (1990 season): The Giants won against the Buffalo Bills with a score of 20-19.
  • Super Bowl XLII (2007 season): The Giants pulled off a memorable upset by defeating the previously undefeated New England Patriots with a score of 17-14.
  • Super Bowl XLVI (2011 season): The Giants once again defeated the New England Patriots, this time with a score of 21-17.

How many divisional championships have the New York Giants won?

The Giants have won a total of 16 divisional championships in their history. They have won the NFC East division 8 times, the last time being in 2011. They have also won the NFL Eastern division 8 times, the last time being in 1946.

What is the New York Giants best overall season record?

The Giants’ best overall season record was in 1986, when they finished with a 14-2 regular season record and won the Super Bowl XXI against the Denver Broncos.

What is the New York Giants overall franchise record?

The New York Giants overall franchise record is 715-638-341 (as of the start of the 2023 season) in their 98 seasons of play. They have also made 33 playoff appearances, won eight NFL championships, and four Super Bowls.

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