The New York Football Giants have an interesting situation surrounding their decision with the sixth overall pick in the 2024 NFL Draft.  I still believe that Daniel Jones will be the starting quarterback to begin 2024 and I still have full confidence and faith in him.  He has never had a true wide receiver one and never has a good offensive line no matter what.  The Giants may move up to draft a QB which I think is the wrong move.  They need to take either a wide out or a very good offensive lineman.  There is a big need for quarterbacks  with the early top picks so I just don't see the Gmen getting either Caleb Williams, Jayden Daniels, Drake Maye, or JJ McCarthy.

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Malik Nabers makes a lot of sense as he is interested in the Giants already and loved what head coach Brian Daboll is doing especially with the culture.  He is fast and dynamic and would be the best receiver the Giants have had since Odell Beckham Jr on paper.  Joe Schoen is a brilliant football mind but the Giants also need to resign Saquon Barkley as he is their best offensive player by far and away.

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The Giants recent draft picks haven't panned out too well especially in the first and second rounds.  The pressure is on Schoen and Daboll who were brought in to win.  The first year went great with a playoff win and making it to the NFC Divisional playoffs.  Last year was a disaster.  One thing I can almost guarantee is that Tommy DeVito won't be the starter, Daniel Jones will be if he makes a full recovery from the torn ACL he suffered.

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