We all know Jacobs is gonna leave after the Super Bowl, but do you think that will be there first round pick? The Giants have had great sucess selecting there first round pick (Eli, JPP, Prince), but I am leaning towards a RB for the first pick. What do you guys think?
I think they'll take an offensive tackle or a linebacker. The dropoff in talent and size from a late first round offensive tackle to a late second round offensive tackle is pretty big. I don't think the gap will be as big for running backs.
I'll admit it, I didn't think JPP was a good pick at the time, and boy have I been proven wrong. Eli has turned into an excellent pick (well, technically a trade), but I can't help but wonder what things would be like if they hadn't made the deal with the Chargers. The next-best QB on their list was Ben Roethlisberger, and the picks they traded away were used by the Chargers to select Shawn Merriman and Nate Kaeding. The Giants probably wouldn't have picked those two, but it just shows the Chargers probably got the better end of that deal, although it still hasn't been enough to get them a championship.
Tell you the truth, I really don't see any good first round running backs. As far as JPP, not many people did either. The guy thats making the picks for the Giants over the last 5 years has been doing a heck of a job.
I've never been too big on taking running backs early in the draft. The late-round and undrafted guys tend to work harder and they are generally better pass blockers than the guys that get taken in the 1st round. The Giants will certainly overhaul their running game in the offseason, I just don't think it will be with an early draft pick.
linebacker is there biggest need, te have been raping them all year!
by Ren Chin 9 years ago
would be a fantastic QB showdown...
by Shari 9 years ago
As they say the NFL sometimes stands for NOT TOO LONG - and there are quite a few coaches tonight not knowing if they still will be coaching in the NFL for much longer.For me Im feeling that it is time for Tom and his Gilbrides to pack it in . . After another ugly loss the Giants need to win...
by Peter M. Lopez 12 years ago
Giants @ Cowboys = Cowboys. GO COWBOYS.Seahawks @ Packers = PackersChargers @ Colts = ColtsJaguars @ Patriots = Patriots.No upsets this week.
by Shari 10 years ago
The Giants are now 7-5 making things in the NFC East a little tighter as Dallas drops to 8-4. Phillie also goes to 8-4 after plummeting Atlanta today. The New York Giants have swept Dallas this season. Up next the Giants will be hosting Philie for a game not to be missed
by Jack Hazen 7 years ago
So we have a terrific game to get us started this week, to begin in about 15 minutes. Kansas City Chiefs at San Diego Chargers.The weather looks great in San Diego, anyway.
by Richard Ricky Hale 8 years ago
Who benefits more, the Bengals or Raiders? Cincy gets a first round pick in 2012 and a 2nd round pick in 2014, which could possibly be a first round pick.
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