Hello Everyone, New York Giants’ general manager Joe Schoen is facing scrutiny as he heads into his third season with the team. After a promising start that saw a playoff appearance in his first year, Schoen’s tenure has hit a rough patch, culminating in a disappointing 6-11 record last season.

Ranked near the bottom of NFL general managers by Patrick Daugherty of Roto Wire at number 23, Schoen’s challenges are highlighted by ongoing issues with the team’s quarterback situation, exacerbated by Daniel Jones’ injury. Despite setbacks, Schoen has made strides in bolstering the Giants’ defense, notably with key signings like Bobby Okereke and Brian Burns.

Assessing Joe Schoen's Placement at the Bottom of NFL GM Rankings

On the offensive front, Schoen has invested in the line with signings of Jon Runyan and Jermaine Eluemunor, aiming to address longstanding weaknesses. The Giants’ draft strategy under Schoen has also been noted, with Malik Nabers highlighted as a significant pick.

Looking ahead, Schoen faces crucial decisions, particularly concerning the quarterback position and ongoing efforts to stabilize the team’s performance. With the Giants’ history of managerial turnover over the past decade, questions linger over whether Schoen can bring stability and success to the franchise.