After deciding to draft running back Saquon Barkley last year, the New York Giants now have a replacement for 38-year old quarterback Eli Manning. On the first day of the NFL Draft on Thursday, the Giants drafted Duke quarterback Daniel Jones with the sixth overall pick.
Giants general manager Dave Gettleman didn’t want to wait to get Jones, because he was afraid that Jones wouldn’t be available if he had waited.
Every year in the fantasy football world players disappoint fantasy owners in terms of production on the field. Fantasy Owners everywhere can agree that the worst feeling is when you spend a top pick on a player that ends up not producing. Listed below are two players that I think are being too overhyped and will underperform on the season.
It’s no secret that New York Giants quarterback, Eli Manning, is nearing the end of his career. While Manning, 38, will be the Giants starter for the 2019 season, his playing days are numbered. With that in mind, will the Giants pick Manning’s successor in next month’s draft?
The answer to that question should be yes and the Giants should draft Ohio State quarterback Dwayne Haskins. The Giants were at Haskins’s Pro Day on Thursday after having dinner with him the night before. Haskins made a good impression.
The NFL Draft is over, and now all the young players that were selected are practicing with their new teams. The draft provides a lot of excitement for the upcoming football season, especially in predicting what rookies will be breakout stars and the future of the NFL. There were many special players in this year’s draft that are capable of being stars, but only two players can be called the offensive and defensive rookie of the year. Read Full Article Here!
The 2018 NFL Draft was filled with plenty of surprises from top to bottom. Obviously, Baker Mayfield was the first quarterback taken off the board, and Denzel Ward jumped all the way up to fourth, both picks by the Browns. The Saints traded up for what looked to be like a quarterback, but turned out to be a Defensive End from UTSA. Read Full Article Here!