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What Direction Will the Giants Take in Round One of the 2020 NFL Draft?

If there is one thing about the 2020 New York Giants is that the team will not drafting a quarterback in the first round of the 2020 NFL Draft – and that is a good thing.

Any bookie software is going to tell you that the Giants have their quarterback of the future already with Daniel Jones, who started and at times was impressive in his games for the Giants in 2019.

The 2020 NFL Draft is something already on the minds of the Giants Front Office, and all eyes are on Thursday April 23rd to Saturday April 25th, as this next draft will take place on Paradise, Nevada and be televised on both NFL Network and ESPN.

A lot of questions are on who the Giants are going to take to try and improve their team, as after going 4-12 the club is going to be picking very high, fourth overall in the draft.

The last time they picked that high, they chose quarterback Philip Rivers, who they would then trade to the San Diego Padres for the rights to recently retired quarterback Eli Manning.

There will not be that much drama this time around, as the Giants don’t need nor will they be looking quarterback with the fourth pick.

So just who will the team be eyeing when they show up in Las Vegas in April?

While the club could use another playmaker or two on offense, the club really needs to focus on the offensive line, and popular site Walter Football with their 2020 NFL Draft on February 4th has them taking a tackle in the first round.

The site has the Giants going with Georgia offensive tackle Andrew Thomas, a player that can protect Jones and make sure he stays upright.

Here is what the site had to say about the team taking Thomas:

The Giants’ defense is an abomination, and they also need help on the offensive line so that Daniel Jones doesn’t keep fumbling twice every week. A No. 1 receiver can be obtained as well. I’ve had Jerry Jeudy slotted here for a while, but the more I think about it, the more I believe general manager Dave Gettleman will address the offensive line.

Andrew Thomas has been very impressive, using his great athleticism and length. NFL personnel believe he has tremendous potential.

A lot of things can happen between now and April, and while things can change, going tackle or lineman sounds like a winner to most that want to see Jones have a bright future.


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