Michael Eisen: I don't. Because they can't afford to waive
John Schmeelk: Kicking will be a one man job for the Giants this season. Both Brown and Buehler have a strong enough leg to do kickoffs, so whomever kicks field goals more consistently will win the job. In addition, with the strong possibility the team keeps three quarterbacks active, there certainly are not enough roster spots for two kickers.
Dan Salomone: I don’t see Tom Coughlin using two roster spots on a job that can be done – and done well – by one player, especially given the Giants’ likelihood of keeping three quarterbacks this season. Buehler does have a little distance on Brown, averaging nearly three more yards per kickoff. But you have to remember Brown was kicking in Seattle and Cincinnati while Buehler was in Dallas. Field position is high on the checklist for coaches, but the margins are not big enough to warrant spending two roster spots.
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