New York Giants further prove their incompetence.

The New York Giants once again demonstrate their ineptitude by passing on a quarterback in the first round of the 2024 NFL Draft. Somehow, the Giants failed to select a quarterback in the first round.

The fact that the New York Giants managed to pass on the six quarterbacks selected in the first round of the 2024 NFL Draft means that they will be in the dumps until at least 2024. Bo Nix, JJ McCarthy, and Michael Penix Jr. were still available, so the Giants selected LSU wide receiver Malik Nabers. This is in no way meant to diminish Nabers—possibly the best wide receiver available in the 2024 NFL Draft.

But nobody, not a single person, is going to purchase the Giants quarterback room in 2024, and it already seems like this year will be another bust for them. Naturally, Giants general manager Joe Schoen could have another plan in mind and have Spencer Rattler as his quarterback.  board; you never know. But give me a break here.

I simply don’t understand the process here, and Daniel Jones and Drew Lock may be the single most irresponsible quarterback duo in NFL history. The Giants need to come up with another play for the position, am I correct?

They could, I suppose, hope that Dak Prescott becomes a free agent in 2025, but even that seems doubtful. Malik Nabers, a wide receiver from a very good school, is the Giants’ WR1 of the future. LSU produces guys like Justin Jefferson and Ja’Marr Chase, and Nabers’ skill set actually resembles that of both of them.

The Atlanta Falcons selecting Michael Penix Jr. at pick eight was the most unexpected selection of the first round thus far. A few picks later, the Minnesota Vikings selected JJ McCarthy, and at pick 12, the Denver Broncos selected Bo Nix.
Malik Nabers was not the position the Giants needed at this particular moment, thus the Giants must already be suffering from buyer’s regret.

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