At this very moment it is hard for NFL betting fans to get a good sense of where the New York Giants are heading after just a couple of offseason practices, but here are some key questions emerging from the team’s OTA practices and minicamp activities:
The New York Giants seemingly can’t keep away the injury bug that has continuously claimed victims in the offseason in a mixture of long-term and short-term injuries. At the start of the offseason, tackle Will Beatty became the first victim, suffering a torn pectoral muscle that is expected to sideline him for at least half of the upcoming season. Since then, the list has continuously grown, including Odell Beckham’s hamstring issues, Nat Berhe’s calf issue, the nasty torn patellar tendon that Victor Cruz is rehabbing, defensive end Robert Ayers’s leg injury, linebacker Devon Kennard’s ankle injury and rookie Owamagbe Odighizuwa’s knee soreness, all which limited the players from sufficient practice.
Of course, no one can predict injuries, but the manner in which these Giants are getting injured is simply too alarming to go unnoticed. Either the training regimen being used by the team is wrong, or the players are not given enough time to recuperate when they get injured. Whatever the case is, there’ll be a serious need for the Giants to find a way of keeping down the injuries, or else they’ll be entering with an injury-laden squad that will limit their success in the NFL betting lines and odds.
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