ESPN’s Mike Clay has ranked every single position group across the NFL and the New York Giants did not exactly fare well, and that was even before tight end Darren Waller retired.

Just how negatively does Clay view the Giants’ roster? With the sole exception of one positional group, all rank in the bottom half of the league with many in the bottom third and some dead last overall.

For full rankings by position, you can follow the below links:

Quarterbacks I Running Backs I Tight Ends I Receivers I O-Line

Defensive Line I Edge Rushers I Linebackers I Cornerbacks I Safeties

With all of that out of the way, here’s a look at where Clay ranks each Giants position group among the NFL’s 32 teams.

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Daniel Jones, Drew Lock, Tommy DeVito, and Nathan Rourke

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Devin Singletary, Tyrone Tracy Jr., Eric Gray, Gary Brightwell

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Malik Nabers, Darius Slayton, Wan’Dale Robinson, Jalin Hyatt, Allen Robinson

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Note: Clay’s rankings were created before Waller’s retirement.

Darren Waller, Daniel Bellinger, Chris Manhertz, Theo Johnson

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Andrew Thomas, Aaron Stinnie, John Michael Schmitz, Jon Runyan, Evan Neal

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Dexter Lawrence, Rakeem Nunez-Roches, Jordan Phillips, D.J. Davidson, Jordon Riley

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Brian Burns, Kayvon Thibodeaux, Azeez Ojulari, Carlos Basham, Tomon Fox

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Bobby Okereke, Micah McFadden, Isaiah Simmons, Matthew Adams, Darius Muasau

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Deonte Banks, Cor’Dale Flott, Nick McCloud, Tre Hawkins III, Andru Phillips

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Jason Pinnock, Tyler Nubin, Dane Belton, Jalen Mills, Elijah Riley


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