"The second-team guy will get about half the snaps that the first-string guy gets and the third-string guy will get about half of the second string guy," Langsdorf said. "You can do the math there, but it is hard to rep three guys with the first-string for sure. That's why it's important for the third-string guy to spend time in the meeting room and get the work in."
Langsdorf expects Curtis Painter to take the third-team reps.
Nassib cost the Giants two picks in last year's draft, so he's expected to make major strides over last season when he did not dress for a single game.
New offensive coordinator Ben McAdoo's system is very similar to the one Nassib succeeded in at Syracuse. So far this offseason he has looked like a different player. Let's see how far he's come when the bullets start to fly.