Will Hernandez key to Giants’ O-line improvement

Following a litany of continuing criticism enclosing the commerce of Odell Beckham Jr. and everything and anything to do with the New York quarterback situation, the Giants appear to possess one longtime ill on the road to being remedied.
Throughout the last half of this 2018 season, the Giants offensive line enhanced. Eli Manning was sacked 47 occasions, but the past half of the season was just taken down 16 times, while the racing attack rose from 78 yards per game.
Much of the credit for this must go to the drama of Will Hernandez, as the guard’s play got better as the season went on and he combined all-everything running Saquon Barkley about the 2018 NFL All-Rookie Team.
Hernandez seems poised to solidify himself as one of the prime reasons behind the New York offensive line and has settled in.
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“It certainly doesn’t even feel as the exact same time of year that I had a year ago,” Hernandez said through the team website. “It seems like a completely different time of year to me. I feel like I’m a lot more comfortable here and I really feel like I could breathe. I’m not struggling to find out the playbook, down everything, learn everything, be sure I don’t mess up. I’m able to enjoy it, but in precisely the exact same time, work hard and get to know these men even better.”
Many consider Hernandez’ advancement will last in his sophomore season and it’s no denying that the Giants’ offensive line as a whole is expected to do the same.
Left tackle Nate Solder is expected to come back from injury for training camp and he and Hernandez will be joined by offseason acquisitions Kevin Zeitler and Mike Remmers. Zeitler came with the Browns.
The presence of zeitler has been a boon thus far for Hernandez.
“He has been phenomenal, not only as a player but as a teacher, too,” Hernandez said. “He has taught a great deal of young guys, such as myself, a great deal of technique. He was among the top pass guards at the league last year, so that he definitely has a lot to offer and he’s passing it on to the young guys, myself too, and we’re extremely glad to have him.”
Historically, the transition to get offensive linemen — from high school to college and from college to the NFL — has been seen as one of probably, and the harder strategy, due to the physicality, principles learning a different scheme.
In Hernandez’ case, he started all 16 games as a rookie and got better during the effort. Expect Hernandez to take his game to a different level in 2019, possibly becoming one of the very highly regarded guards.
“I think they constantly say from your first to your next year is the largest step in improvement,” Solder explained. “I have seen a lot of improvement throughout our whole group, so maybe you can describe not just a individual but the entire group from 1 year to 2 years and make a big improvement. Certainly our expectations are sky high.”

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