4. New York Giants
Despite falling to the Green Bay Packers in the playoffs, the New York Giants were considered one of the best overall teams in the league thanks to the surprise emergence of their dominant defense, but how successful this team is in 2017 will come down to the play of the offense. Eli Manning was already fortunate enough for having one of the league’s most dangerous receivers in Odell Beckham Jr. along with an impressive youngster in Sterling Shepard.
Now that Brandon Marshall is officially on board, the sky appears to be the limit for Manning heading into the 2017 season, as he’s never worked with a talented group of receivers like this before. Following his release from the New York Jets, Marshall didn’t waste any time to express his desire to possibly join the Giants in order to prevent his family from having to move.
Good thing New York was able to make it work with the veteran wideout on a two-year deal to make Manning’s offense one of the most dangerous on paper at the moment. The other three teams better figure out a way to get the best out of their cornerbacks next year, or nobody is going to be able to contain the Giants on offense.