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2018 New York Giants Season
2018 New York Giants season
Head coachPat Shurmur
General managerDave Gettleman
OwnerJohn Mara
Steve Tisch
Home fieldMetLife Stadium
Results
Record5-11
Division place4th NFC East
Playoff finishDid not qualify
Pro BowlersRB Saquon Barkley
SS Landon Collins
K Aldrick Rosas
OLB Olivier Vernon
FS Michael Thomas
Uniform
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The 2018 season was the New York Giants' 94th in the National Football League, their ninth playing their home games at MetLife Stadium and their first under head coach Pat Shurmur. The Giants entered the season looking to improve on their 2017 campaign, which saw the team finish with a 3-13 record, their worst since the adoption of a 16-game regular season. Despite starting 1-7 for the second consecutive year, the Giants managed to improve on their 3-13 campaign with a 30-27 win over the Chicago Bears. After a 17-0 shutout loss to the Titans in Week 15, the Giants missed the playoffs for the second straight season. The season was highlighted by blown fourth-quarter leads much like 2015, the Giants were in 12 one-possession games and lost eight games by seven points or fewer. The Giants finished the season 5-11 and last place in the NFC East for the second straight year and the first time they finished last in back to back years since 1977 and 1978.

Despite the 5-11 record, the season was highlighted with rookie running back Saquon Barkley who won many awards including Pepsi Rookie of the Year,[1]FedEx Ground NFL Player of the Year,[2]AP NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year[3] and was named to the PFWA All-Rookie Team and AP All-Rookie teams.[4]

Player movements

Free agency

Players with the Giants in the 2017 season

Position Player Tag Date signed 2018 Team Notes
TE Ryan O'Malley ERFA April 6, 2018 New York Giants 1 year, $555,000 contract.[5]
C Jon Halapio ERFA March 12, 2018 New York Giants 1 year, $555,000 contract.[6]
DT Robert Thomas ERFA March 15, 2018 New York Giants 1 year, $630,000 contract
LB Curtis Grant ERFA Not tendered
C Brett Jones RFA April 9, 2018 New York Giants 1 year, $2.914 million contract.[7]
LB Deontae Skinner RFA Waived.[8]
QB Geno Smith UFA April 1, 2018 San Diego Chargers 1 year, $1 million contract.[9]
RB Orleans Darkwa UFA
RB Shane Vereen UFA New Orleans Saints 1 year, $935,000 contract
WR Tavarres King UFA April 5, 2018 Minnesota Vikings 1 year, $790,000 contract.[10]
G Justin Pugh UFA March 17, 2018 Arizona Cardinals 5 years, $45 million contract.[11][12]
C Weston Richburg UFA March 14, 2018 San Francisco 49ers 5 years, $47.5 million contract.[13][14]
G D. J. Fluker UFA Seattle Seahawks 1 year, $1.5 million contract.
G John Greco UFA February 21, 2018 New York Giants 1 year, $1.015 million contract.[15]
DE Kerry Wynn UFA March 19, 2018 New York Giants 1 year, $1.25 million contract.[16]
DT Jay Bromley UFA New Orleans Saints 1 year, $790,000 contract.
LB Devon Kennard UFA March 13, 2018 Detroit Lions 3 years, $18.75 million contract.[17]
LB Jonathan Casillas UFA
LB Keenan Robinson UFA Buffalo Bills 1 year, $790,000 contract.
LB Mark Herzlich UFA March 12, 2018 New York Giants 1 year, $1.105 million contract.[18]
LB Kelvin Sheppard UFA
LB Akeem Ayers UFA
CB Ross Cockrell UFA March 23, 2018 Carolina Panthers 2 years, $6.8 million contract.[19]
CB Darryl Morris UFA
S Nat Berhe UFA April 4, 2018 Pittsburgh Steelers 1 year, $880,000 contract.[20]

Players signed by the Giants from other teams

Date Position Player Tag 2017 Team Notes
March 14 OL Nate Solder UFA New England Patriots 4 years, $62 million contract, which made Solder the NFL's highest paid offensive lineman.[21]
March 14 LB Kareem Martin UFA Arizona Cardinals 3 years, $15 million contract.[22]
March 14 OL Patrick Omameh UFA Jacksonville Jaguars 3 years, $15 million contract.[23]
March 15 DB Curtis Riley ERFA Tennessee Titans 1 year, $630,000 contract.[24]
March 19 WR Cody Latimer UFA Denver Broncos 1 year, $2.5 million contract.[25]
March 26 DB Michael Thomas UFA Miami Dolphins 2 years, $4 million contract.[26]
June 12 TE Scott Simonson UFA Carolina Panthers 1 year, $705,000 contract.[27]
July 12 G Zac Kerin UFA Detroit Lions 1 year, $630,000 contract.[28]
July 24 LB Connor Barwin UFA Los Angeles Rams 2 years, $5 million contract.[29][30]
August 3 CB Leonard Johnson UFA Buffalo Bills 1 year, $790,000 contract.[31]

Draft

2018 New York Giants draft
Round Pick Player Position College Notes
1 2 Saquon Barkley *  RB Penn State
2 34 Will Hernandez  G UTEP
3 66 Lorenzo Carter  LB Georgia
3 69 B. J. Hill  DT NC State From Tampa Bay
4 108 Kyle Lauletta  QB Richmond From Tampa Bay
5 139 RJ McIntosh  DT Miami (FL)
      Made roster    +   Pro Football Hall of Fame    *   Made at least one Pro Bowl during career

Notes

Draft trades

  • The Giants traded a compensatory fourth-round selection (135th overall) and a sixth-round selection (176th overall) to the Los Angeles Rams in exchange for a seventh-round selection in 2019 and linebacker Alec Ogletree.
  • The Giants traded a fourth-round selection (102nd overall) and defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in exchange for a third-round selection (69th overall) and a fourth-round selection (108th overall).
  • The Giants traded a seventh-round selection (220th overall) to the Pittsburgh Steelers in exchange for defensive back Ross Cockrell.

Supplemental Draft

Undrafted free agents

The Giants signed a number of undrafted free agents. Unless stated otherwise, they were signed on May 11, 2018.[33]

Position Player College Notes
TE Stephen Baggett East Carolina Waived on May 14, 2018.
WR Jawill Davis Bethune-Cookman Waived during final roster cuts on September 1, 2018; resigned to practice squad.
C Evan Brown SMU Made roster.[34]
T Tyler Howell Missouri Waived on June 11, 2018.
DT Tyrell Chavis Penn State Waived during final roster cuts on September 1, 2018.
LB Tae Davis Chattanooga Made roster.[34]
CB Aaron Davis Georgia Waived/injured on June 12, 2018.
CB Bryon Fields Duke Waived on May 14, 2018.
CB Grant Haley Penn State Waived during final roster cuts on September 1, 2018; resigned to practice squad.
S Sean Chandler Temple Made roster.[34]
G Nick Gates Nebraska Place on injured reserve on September 1, 2018.
RB Robert Martin Rutgers Signed on May 14, 2018;[35] made roster.[34]
CB Mike Jones Temple Signed on May 14, 2018;[35] waived on June 4, 2018.
TE Garrett Dickerson Northwestern Signed on June 4, 2018;[36] waived during final roster cuts on September 1, 2018; resigned to practice squad.
S Mike Basile Monmouth Signed on August 8, 2018;[37] waived on August 20, 2019.

Other signings

Date Position Player Previous team Notes
March 7 LB Alec Ogletree Los Angeles Rams Acquired via trade (see trade details).
March 13 RB Jonathan Stewart Carolina Panthers Free agent signing; 2 years, $6.9 million contract.[38]
March 14 DB Teddy Williams Carolina Panthers Free agent signing; 1 year, $880,000 contract.[39]
March 19 DB B.W. Webb Cleveland Browns Free agent signing; 1 year, $815,000 contract; 7th team in 6 NFL seasons.[40]
March 19 DE Josh Mauro Arizona Cardinals Free agent signing; 1 year, $880,000 contract.[41]
April 5 DB William Gay Pittsburgh Steelers Free agent signing; 1 year, $1.105 million contract.[42]
April 21 P Riley Dixon Denver Broncos Acquired via trade (see trade details).
May 2 QB Alex Tanney Tennessee Titans Free agent signing; 1 year, $550,000 contract.[43]
May 2 DT A. J. Francis Washington Redskins Free agent signing; 1 year, $705,000 contract.[43]
May 2 DB C. J. Goodwin Arizona Cardinals From waivers.[44]
May 3 S Orion Stewart Washington Redskins Free agent signing; 1 year, $480,000 contract.[45]
May 14 CB Chris Lewis-Harris Denver Broncos Free agent signing.[46]
May 14 WR Alonzo Russell Arizona Cardinals Free agent signing.[46]
May 14 G Chris Scott Carolina Panthers Free agent signing.[46]
May 14 G Malcolm Bunche Jacksonville Jaguars Free agent signing.[46]
May 22 WR Russell Shepard Carolina Panthers Free agent signing; 1 year, $1.3 million contract..[47]
June 5 P Taylor Symmank Minnesota Vikings Free agent signing.[48]
June 11 CB Kenneth Durden Tennessee Titans Free agent signing.[49]
June 11 OT Jarron Jones Dallas Cowboys Free agent signing; 1 year, $480,000 contract.[49]
July 25 DT Izaah Lunsford Green Bay Packers Free agent signing.[50]
July 30 CB Kenneth Durden New York Giants Free agent signing; resigned by the Giants having been waived on July 11, 2019.[51]
August 1 OT Victor Salako Cleveland Browns From waivers.[52]
August 20 RB Jhurell Pressley Jacksonville Jaguars Free agent signing.[53]
August 20 LB Warren Long Seattle Seahawks Free agent signing.[53]
September 2 WR Kaelin Clay Buffalo Bills From waivers.[54]
September 2 DE Mario Edwards Jr. Oakland Raiders From waivers.[54]
September 2 CB Antonio Hamilton Oakland Raiders From waivers.[54]
September 2 CB Mike Jordan Cleveland Browns From waivers.[54]
September 2 S Kamrin Moore New Orleans Saints From waivers.[54]
September 2 C Spencer Pulley Los Angeles Chargers From waivers.[54]
September 4 NT John Jenkins Chicago Bears Free agent signing; 1 year, $790,000 contract.[55]
September 5 LB Nate Stupar New Orleans Saints Free agent signing; 1 year, $850,000 contract.[56]
September 18 FB Elijhaa Penny Arizona Cardinals Signed off the Cardinals practice squad.[57]
September 19 WR Stacy Coley Minnesota Vikings From waivers.[58]
September 19 TE Garrett Dickerson New York Giants Signed off the practice squad.[59]
October 9 T Brian Mihalik New York Giants Signed off the practice squad.[60]
October 16 WR Bennie Fowler New England Patriots Free agent signing.[61]
October 16 LB Ukeme Eligwe New York Giants Signed off the practice squad.[61]
October 16 CB Grant Haley New York Giants Signed off the practice squad.[61]

Practice squad

Having been cut as the roster was trimmed to the 53 man limit on September 1, Jawill Davis, Garrett Dickerson, Grant Haley, Jhurell Pressley, Alonzo Russell, Victor Salako, Avery Moss and Calvin Munson cleared waivers and were resigned to the practice squad. They were joined over the following days by linebacker Ukeme Eligwe and defensive tackle Josh Banks, who had been waived by the Giants on September 2.[62] On September 13, Munson was released and replaced by offensive tackle Brian Mihalik.[63]

Other departures

Date Position Player Notes
March 22 WR Dwayne Harris Released (vested veteran).[64]
March 22 DE Jason Pierre-Paul Selected 15th overall in the 2010 NFL Draft; traded to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (see trade details).
April 19 WR Brandon Marshall Released (vested veteran).[65]
April 20 T Jessamen Dunker Waived.[66]
April 23 WR Darius Powe Waived.[67]
May 7 S Ryan Murphy Waived.[68]
May 7 G Damien Mama Waived.[68]
May 7 P Austin Rehkow Waived.[68]
May 7 WR Canaan Severin Waived.[68]
May 7 RB Terrell Watson Waived.[68]
May 11 T Laurence Gibson Waived.[69]
May 14 T Adam Bisnowaty Sixth round pick in the 2017 NFL Draft; waived.[46]
May 14 CB C. J. Goodwin Waived.[46]
May 14 TE Stephen Baggett Waived.[46]
May 14 CB Brandon Dixon Waived.[46]
May 14 CB Bryon Fields Waived.[46]
May 14 LB Derrick Mathews Waived.[46]
May 22 S Tim Scott Waived.[47]
June 4 WR Keeon Johnson Signed as an undrafted free agent in 2017; waived.[70][36]
June 4 CB Mike Jones Waived.[36]
June 4 CB Jeremiah McKinnon Waived.[36]
June 11 T Tyler Howell Waived.[49]
July 11 CB Kenneth Durden Waived.[32]
July 12 G Ethan Cooper Waived.[28]
July 25 P Taylor Symmank Waived.[50]
July 25 TE Kyle Carter Waived.[30]
August 1 T Jarron Jones Waived.[52]
August 3 CB Kenneth Durden Waived.[31]
August 6 CB Teddy Williams Requested release due to family reasons.[71]
August 20 LB Mike Basile Waived.[53]
August 26 C Brett Jones Traded to the Minnesota Vikings (see trade details).
September 1 RB Jhurell Pressley Waived during final roster cuts.[34]
RB Jalen Simmons
WR Kalif Raymond
WR Travis Rudolph
WR Alonzo Russell
WR Jawill Davis
WR Amba Etta-Tawo
WR Marquis Bundy
WR Roger Lewis Jr.
TE Garrett Dickerson
TE Ryan O'Malley
T Victor Salako
G Malcolm Bunche
G Zac Kerin
DT Izaah Lunsford
DT Robert Thomas
DT Tyrell Chavis
DT A. J. Francis
LB Avery Moss
LB Calvin Munson
LB Warren Long
CB Grant Haley
CB Mike Jones
CB Orion Stewart
S Andrew Adams
K Marshall Koehn
G Chris Scott Released (vested veterans) during final roster cuts.[34]
LB Mark Herzlich
CB Leonard Johnson
CB Chris Lewis-Harris
September 2 QB Davis Webb Third round pick in the 2017 NFL Draft; waived.[54]
September 2 WR Hunter Sharp Waived.[54]
September 2 TE Jerell Adams Sixth round pick in the 2016 NFL Draft; waived.[54]
September 2 DT Josh Banks Waived.[54]
September 2 G John Jerry Released (vested veteran).[54]
September 2 CB William Gay Released (vested veteran).[54]

Trade details

On March 7, 2018, the Giants acquired linebacker Alec Ogletree from the Los Angeles Rams in exchange for a 4th (#135, John Franklin-Myers) and a 6th (#176. John Kelly) round pick in the 2018 NFL Draft. In the deal, the Giants also acquired a 7th round pick in the 2019 NFL Draft.[72]

On March 22, 2018, the Giants traded defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in exchange for their 3rd round pick and swapping 4th round picks in the 2018 NFL Draft.[73]

On April 20, 2018, the Giants acquired punter Riley Dixon from the Denver Broncos in exchange for a conditional 7th round draft pick in the 2019 NFL Draft.[74]

On August 26, 2018, the Giants traded center Brett Jones to the Minnesota Vikings in exchange for a 7th round pick in the 2019 NFL Draft.[75]

On October 23, 2018, the Giants traded cornerback Eli Apple to the New Orleans Saints in exchange for a 4th round pick in the 2019 NFL Draft and a 7th round pick in the 2020 draft.[76]

Staff

Final roster

Schedule

Preseason

Week Date Opponent Result Record Game site NFL.com
recap
1 August 9 Cleveland Browns L 10-20 0-1 MetLife Stadium Recap
2 August 17 at Detroit Lions W 30-17 1-1 Ford Field Recap
3 August 24 at New York Jets W 22-16 2-1 MetLife Stadium Recap
4 August 30 New England Patriots L 12-17 2-2 MetLife Stadium Recap

Regular season

Week Date Opponent Result Record Game site NFL.com
recap
1 September 9 Jacksonville Jaguars L 15-20 0-1 MetLife Stadium Recap
2 September 16 at Dallas Cowboys L 13-20 0-2 AT&T Stadium Recap
3 September 23 at Houston Texans W 27-22 1-2 NRG Stadium Recap
4 September 30 New Orleans Saints L 18-33 1-3 MetLife Stadium Recap
5 October 7 at Carolina Panthers L 31-33 1-4 Bank of America Stadium Recap
6 October 11 Philadelphia Eagles L 13-34 1-5 MetLife Stadium Recap
7 October 22 at Atlanta Falcons L 20-23 1-6 Mercedes-Benz Stadium Recap
8 October 28 Washington Redskins L 13-20 1-7 MetLife Stadium Recap
9 Bye
10 November 12 at San Francisco 49ers W 27-23 2-7 Levi's Stadium Recap
11 November 18 Tampa Bay Buccaneers W 38-35 3-7 MetLife Stadium Recap
12 November 25 at Philadelphia Eagles L 22-25 3-8 Lincoln Financial Field Recap
13 December 2 Chicago Bears W 30-27 (OT) 4-8 MetLife Stadium Recap
14 December 9 at Washington Redskins W 40-16 5-8 FedEx Field Recap
15 December 16 Tennessee Titans L 0-17 5-9 MetLife Stadium Recap
16 December 23 at Indianapolis Colts L 27-28 5-10 Lucas Oil Stadium Recap
17 December 30 Dallas Cowboys L 35-36 5-11 MetLife Stadium Recap

Note: Intra-division opponents are in bold text.

Game summaries

Week 1: vs. Jacksonville Jaguars

Week 2: at Dallas Cowboys

Week 3: at Houston Texans

Week 4: vs. New Orleans Saints

Week 5: at Carolina Panthers

Similar to the Eagles game in Week 3 last season, the Giants rallied back in the 4th quarter, but were overshadowed by a 63-yard game-winning field goal by Graham Gano. However, controversy surrounded after the game, where players believed there was a wrong call on the final drive on a 3rd and 1 run by Christian McCaffrey and another wrong Pass Interference Call on Landon Collins.[77] This game marked the first time the Giants scored 30 or more points in a game since Week 17 of the 2015 season.[78]

Week 6: vs. Philadelphia Eagles

Since winning Super Bowl XLII against the previously undefeated 2007 Patriots, the Giants have lost 17 of their past 23 games against the Eagles.

Week 7: at Atlanta Falcons

Week 8: vs. Washington Redskins

Week 10: at San Francisco 49ers

Week 11: vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Week 12: at Philadelphia Eagles

Week 13: vs. Chicago Bears

Week 14: at Washington Redskins

Week 15: vs. Tennessee Titans

Week 16: at Indianapolis Colts

Week 17: vs. Dallas Cowboys

Standings

Division

NFC East
W L T PCT DIV CONF PF PA STK
(4)Dallas Cowboys 10 6 0 .625 5-1 9-3 339 324 W2
(6)Philadelphia Eagles 9 7 0 .563 4-2 6-6 367 348 W3
Washington Redskins 7 9 0 .438 2-4 6-6 281 359 L2
New York Giants 5 11 0 .313 1-5 4-8 369 412 L3

Conference

# Team Division W L T PCT DIV CONF SOS SOV STK
Division leaders
1[a] New Orleans Saints South 13 3 0 .813 4-2 9-3 .482 .488 L1
2[a] Los Angeles Rams West 13 3 0 .813 6-0 9-3 .480 .428 W2
3 Chicago Bears North 12 4 0 .750 5-1 10-2 .430 .419 W4
4 Dallas Cowboys East 10 6 0 .625 5-1 9-3 .488 .444 W2
Wild cards
5 Seattle Seahawks West 10 6 0 .625 3-3 8-4 .484 .400 W2
6 Philadelphia Eagles East 9 7 0 .563 4-2 6-6 .518 .486 W3
Did not qualify for the playoffs
7 Minnesota Vikings North 8 7 1 .531 3-2-1 6-5-1 .504 .355 L1
8[b] Atlanta Falcons South 7 9 0 .438 4-2 7-5 .482 .348 W3
9[b] Washington Redskins East 7 9 0 .438 2-4 6-6 .486 .371 L2
10[b] Carolina Panthers South 7 9 0 .438 2-4 5-7 .508 .518 W1
11 Green Bay Packers North 6 9 1 .406 1-4-1 3-8-1 .488 .417 L1
12 Detroit Lions North 6 10 0 .375 2-4 4-8 .504 .427 W1
13[c] New York Giants East 5 11 0 .313 1-5 4-8 .527 .487 L3
14[c] Tampa Bay Buccaneers South 5 11 0 .313 2-4 4-8 .523 .506 L4
15 San Francisco 49ers West 4 12 0 .250 1-5 2-10 .504 .406 L2
16 Arizona Cardinals West 3 13 0 .188 2-4 3-9 .527 .302 L4
Tiebreakers[d]
  1. ^ a b New Orleans finished ahead of LA Rams based on head-to-head victory.
  2. ^ a b c Atlanta finished ahead of Washington based on head-to-head victory. Atlanta finished ahead of Carolina based on head-to-head sweep. Washington finished ahead of Carolina based on head-to-head victory.
  3. ^ a b NY Giants finished ahead of Tampa Bay based on head-to-head victory.
  4. ^ When breaking ties for three or more teams under the NFL's rules, they are first broken within divisions, then comparing only the highest ranked remaining team from each division.

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