Matthew Peart, an offensive tackle for the New York Giants of the National Football League, was born in Jamaica on June 11, 1997. At UConn, he played collegiate football.
Peart’s family moved to The Bronx, New York when he was four years old after leaving Kingston, Jamaica, where he was born. The New York Giants selected Peart with the 99th overall choice in the third round of the 2020 NFL Draft.
On September 27, 2020, Peart made his NFL debut against the San Francisco 49ers in a 9-36 defeat.
Against the Dallas Cowboys, Peart made his first career start at right tackle when Nate Solder was moved to left tackle and Andrew Thomas was injured.
Peart tore his ACL in Week 16’s game against the Philadelphia Eagles, and on December 27 he was placed on injured reserve.
In 15 games over the course of the season, he started at right tackle five times. Peart was added to the reserve/PUP list on August 23, 2022, to begin the season.
How Good Is Matt Peart?
Peart participated in 150 offensive snaps (22%) as a rookie because head coach Joe Judge insisted on having an offensive line.
It’s not ideal to be a tackler who is predictable, but Peart did a good job of preventing the Dallas defenders from exploiting his predictability.
What Happened To Matt Peart?
Due to Andrew Thomas’ injury and Nate Solder’s switch to left tackle, Peart made his season debut at right tackle against the Dallas Cowboys.
Peart tore his ACL in Week 16’s game against the Philadelphia Eagles and was put on injured reserve on December 27.