Giants Insider Reveals Ongoing Team Bond

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It seems the culture within the New York Giants has changed since Brian Daboll and Joe Schoen came to town.

Players have been thrilled with Daboll’s ability to better communicate their ideas as Schoen continues to clean up the mess caused by his predecessor Dave Gettleman.

Although they exude confidence that they will win plenty of games this season, they remain cautiously optimistic about their chances.

Still, any improvement from their 4-13 mark in 2021 is a step in a positive direction.

But in addition to enjoying Daboll’s company, players are also spending more time with each other.

ESPN’s Jordan Raanan tweeted: “A good part of the offensive players including Daniel Jones and the #Giants QBs, Saquon Barkley, Sterling Shepard and Darius Slayton are currently in North Carolina working/bonding with the season on the horizon. These off-season encounters have been commonplace with Jones.

Jones erases Daboll’s influence by reinforcing his role as team leader.

While waiting for the start of training camp, he is already leading his offensive teammates to stay in shape.

More importantly, they build chemistry by knowing each other better.

These activities promote better communication that will help them relay messages even if the crowd is going wild.

Giants could be flying under the radar

Having an offensive-minded head coach could increase the Giants’ scoring ability.

They have the staff to make it work from Barkley who has transformed physically this offseason.

Shepard, Slayton and Kadarius Toney could have solid numbers as long as Jones finds them on the court.

Daboll’s system can unlock their abilities which were largely downplayed in the days of Joe Judge.

Therefore, they have the ability to make it difficult for other NFL teams and possibly cause upset.

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