MICHAEL EISEN: How will the offensive line perform? It’s the key to the 2014 season. We learned again last year that you can’t win in the NFL without a high-quality offensive line. That position group is the heart and soul of any successful team. The Giants enter training camp with several questions up front. Is Will Beatty’s fractured leg fully healed and can he play as well as he did in 2012 at left tackle after a subpar 2013 season? How will Chris Snee rebound after missing the final 13 games last year and subsequently undergoing hip and elbow surgery? Will free agent acquisitions – and springtime starters - Geoff Schwartz and J.D. Walton upgrade the line. Do the Giants truly have better depth to overcome injuries? These questions will all be answered in the coming weeks and months.
JOHN SCHMEELK: Tight End. The Giants don’t have anyone on this roster that has been a full-time starter for a long period of time on the roster.
DAN SALOMONE: When you look up and down the roster, I think you have to go with the tight end spot. Without an incumbent, it is truly up for grabs in training camp and maybe into the season. The good news for Giants fans, though, is that new offensive coordinator Ben McAdoo has successfully coached the position before. He was the tight ends coach on the Green Bay Packers’ Super Bowl team in 2010.