New York Giants punt on 2019 by drafting Daniel Jones

New York Giants punt on 2019 by drafting Daniel Jones

Javier Howell
April 28, 2019

According to SNY's Ralph Vacchiano, the Giants made the pick because they felt like Jones was going to get drafted by the Redskins if they didn't.

The 2019 NFL Draft will enter Day 3 today, and the Oakland Raiders will hold four picks throughout the day. But the Giants clearly didn't want to gamble and have someone else take Jones. Surprisingly, Mississippi State also tied the two schools for most players taken in the first round.

"We got me a hog mollie!" This kid can push the pocket and he can have an impact on the pass rush.

"I feel like my game is very powerful, a smart player, non-quit effort kind of guy,"Lawrence said".

Asked if the plan for Manning was one more season, Gettleman said, "Absolutely not". "He's versatile, he's got hips, he can flip to rush the passer and we are thrilled to have him". We had Dexter in here and he can play the one, the three and the five.

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Lawrence now weighs 345 pounds and has a screw in his foot. They've struggled mightily over the past few seasons to build a consistent offensive line and their offensive production has come to a screeching halt as a result.

With their only pick on Day 2, the Giants selected Old Dominion outside linebacker Oshane Ximines with their third-round (No. 95) pick in the National Football League draft.

The New York Giants can rebuild and also compete in 2019.

The Giants had the chance to draft this player, or even Haskins, and they passed on both of them in order to take a player that was only mocked to the team by most as the possible number 17 overall pick. "He's going to walk on, he's going to compete for a starting job".

That is all probably true. Instead, they drafted two offensive linemen, including trading back into the first round for McGary, after spending a combined $11.5 million per year in free agency for guards James Carpenter and Jamon Brown and giving tackle Ty Sambrailo a $4.75 million contract extension. Now, they have the depth to do that.