The biggest question coming into the 2020 NFL season for the New York Giants was if this offensive line would improve from last season’s underwhelming performance.

After game one against one of the best defenses in the NFL, the answer is inconclusive.

The Giants offensive line featured three significant changes. Rookie first-round draft pick Andrew Thomas lined up at left tackle after veteran Nate Solder opted out of the season based on health concerns.

“That’s obviously a very talented front we played tonight, but we are going to stay aggressive with the run game. Saquon’s a key part of our team; he’s going to be the difference in how successful this team is going to be,” Judge said when asked about his confidence in the running game. “We have confidence in him and a tremendous amount of confidence in our offensive line.”

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