If the Giants can hit on their early 2020 NFL Draft picks, they will shock some people next season. The G-Men are an up and coming team.
The New York Giants are always such an interesting team when it comes to this time of the year. General Manager Dave Gettleman has made some questionable trades, signings, and a lack of re-signing players in the past. Will more questions arise during the 2020 NFL Draft?
Gettleman traded Odell Beckham Jr. to the Cleveland Browns for a first and third-round pick during the last offseason and did not resign one of the best safeties in the league in Landon Collins, who ended up signing with a team that plays New York twice every year, the Washington Redskins. Gettleman also drafted quarterback Daniel Jones with the sixth overall pick in last year’s draft for the fact that Jones had an amazing Senior Bowl game. Gettleman should be on his hands and knees thanking the man upstairs that Danny Dimes worked out for the G-Men.
The G-Men are in a unique spot when it comes to this rebuild. The Giants have their quarterback in Danny Dimes, they also have their franchise running back in Saquon Barkley. The Giants drafted play-makers but never beefed up the offensive line which has been one of their biggest issues all along. If the Giants can get some solid offensive lineman in this draft, the Giants could be a very sneaky team in this upcoming season.
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Head Coach: Joe Judge
General Manager: Dave Gettleman
2019 Record: (4-12)
2020 Draft Picks
Round 1, Pick 4
Round 2, Pick 36
Round 3, Pick 99
Round 4, Pick 110
Round 5, Pick 150
Round 6, Pick 183
Round 7, Pick 218
Round 7, Pick 238
Round 7, Pick 247
Round 7, Pick 255