Scout's take: Titans' offensive line, corners will face challenges vs. Giants

By BLAKE BEDDINGFIELD, special correspondent

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The New York Giants are under a new front office and head coach in Brian Daboll who comes from the Buffalo Bills as their former offensive coordinator.

The focus on the team in the offseason was to acquire high-level players through the draft and free agency to add to a team that was void of any real NFL superstars.

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Kyle Philips/ Pool photo, Donald Page, Tennesse Titans 

The team that the Giants will run out on the Nissan Stadium field in Week One will be young but has talent on each level of the offense and defense.

Their depth will be suspect, but this is just the start of their build.

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