Nick Wright,Dak Prescott and Bill Belichick to the Giants in 2025 And…

Nick Wright floated Dak Prescott and Bill Belichick to the Giants in 2025.

As a team, the New York Giants are facing difficult circumstances. They extended QB Daniel Jones’ contract two years ago after he defeated the Vikings in a Wild Card game. After just two years, that deal appears to have been a grave mistake. The Giants will likely stick with either Daniel Jones or Drew Lock in 2024 after passing on JJ McCarthy in the 2024 NFL Draft.
What are their potential long-term goals for the role? Recently, Nick Wright offered an intriguing forecast regarding their potential actions in 2025.
Wright made a prediction for the 2025 offseason during an appearance on The Herd with Colin Cowherd: the New York Giants will sign Bill Belichick and Dak Prescott in instead of Brian Daboll and Daniel Jones.

Wright stated, “I think it’s really on the board, Daniel Jeremiah alluded to this, that the Giants are clearly in a transition period this season, and that Drew Lock ends up starting more games than Daniel Jones this year.”

It is advantageous for the Giants to bench Jones if they determine he is not in the team’s long-term plans because of the injury guarantees in his contract through 2025.

 

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• The Giants’ Week 10 matchup is scheduled for November 10 in Munich, Germany, on the “road” versus the Panthers. NFL Network will broadcast the game, which starts at 9:30 a.m.There were no Giants games announced as of Tuesday night.

Aside from the Eagles, Cowboys, and Commanders, the Giants’ home opponents are the Saints, Buccaneers, Vikings, Ravens, Bengals, and Colts.

And the road teams facing the Giants are the Falcons, Panthers, Seahawks, Browns, and Steelers (not the Eagles, Cowboys, or Commanders).
The following six NFL matchups have already been announced:

• Thursday night, Week 1: Ravens vs. Chiefs

• Packers vs. Eagles (Friday night, Week 1, Brazil)

• Sunday afternoon, Week 1: Cowboys vs. Browns

• Monday night in Week 1: Jets against 49ers

• Thursday night in Week 2: Bills vs. Dolphins

• Bengals at. Chiefs (Sunday lunchtime, Week 2)

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