It is always great to have a plan. One of me entered this version of my 2021 NFL weekly mock draft, and by then, the 11th pick around the plan had been blown up.
Fortunately, there are many ways to improve the football level of the New York Giants in the upcoming NFL draft, and there are many ways I can imagine how things are going. Let’s see what happened here.
Round 1 (No. 11)-Jaylen Waddle of WR, Alabama
Although I am not completely dissatisfied with logging in to Waddle, this choice did not really achieve the way I hoped.
Recently, I have been thinking a lot about my long-term figure based on the line philosophy, and realized that in this cycle, I feel like I have completed these weekly mock drafts, I have fallen into the “pursuit of sexy options”
I have been thinking about the Giants’ choice of real first-round organizers and offensive wingers in the final three rounds. Odell Beckham Jr. (Odell Beckham Jr.) and Zack Martin (Zack Martin), 2014; Evan Engram (Evan Engram) vs. Ryan Ramczyk (Ryan Ramczyk) 2017; Saquon Barkley vs. Quenton Nelson (or weigh the trade) in 2018. The Giants go to the organizers every time, and I think you can prove that they are wrong in all three situations.
I have established the idea of not allowing this to happen. I also recognize that John Mara, the co-owner of the Giants, said a few days ago that the Giants had no pressure to choose a wide range of recipients in the first two rounds. Therefore, the recipient here is not the real plan.
Unfortunately, in this simulated Oregon offense, Penei Sewell reached the Atlanta Falcons (Atlanta Falcons), ranked No. 4, Northwest offensive lineman Rashawn Slater (Rashawn Slater) Went to the Detroit Lions (Detroit Lions), ranked 7th. He is here for the Giants. I am not yet convinced that Vera-Tucker is already in the discussion.
Similarly, Penn State University guard Mika Parsons also went to the Denver Broncos as No. 9. This eliminates another viable option.
I can go to Azeez Ojulari on the edge of Georgia, or Jaelan Phillips on the edge of Miami or Jayson Oweh on the edge of Pennsylvania, as reported by the Professional Football Network Committee.
Alabama quarterback Mac Jones is still on the board, and I tried to induce the simulator to trade to the 15th place with the New England Patriots. The lowest return I am willing to accept is New England’s 15th and 96th draft picks, and the simulator will not bite. Therefore, I just chose one.
For me, this is ultimately a choice between Waddle and tight end Kyle Pitts. Honestly, this is a coin flip. You can defend anyone, I think you can’t be wrong. In this case, even though I wrote a lot of great articles on Pitts on Friday and wanted to have him, I still chose Waddle. The Giants hope to have more verticality and explosive play in passing games, and in these drafts, no one is better than Waddle. In addition, there are dynamic return elements provided by him.
Am I right?
In this case, would you like to choose Jaylen Waddle or Kyle Pitts?
242 votes in total
Round 2 (No. 42)-Alabama OL Landon Dickerson (Landon Dickerson)
Jaelan Phillips, the Miami Fringe Charge, can be found here. Therefore, it is an option to either add the defense of the forward charge player Patrick Graham that can be really used in Phillips, or choose to capture the one who may be the last top player and play the internal offensive winger on the board. that person.
The potential guard conversion Alex Alexwood is not on the court. The same goes for Creed Humphrey, Wyatt Davis and Trey Smith. After entering this draft, I decided to add a player with a starting level to the position group. Here, I make sure I did it. The way these simulated drafts continue to work, I am quite confident that I can land a sprinter in the future.
So, what is my position for Dickerson? I know he is a very good center, but he is also a man with a lot of experience. I left Nick Gates alone, put Dixon at right back, and hoped that he might beat Zach Fulton, regardless of Sean Lemieux or Will Hernandez. They are all competing over there.
There are some injury issues, but it is clear that Dixon is healthy now.
Round 3 (No. 76)-Joe Tryon (Joe Tryon) of Edge, Washington
Remember the self-confidence I said? Can I gain a breakthrough advantage after the second round? Well, in the simulation draft using the PFN board, Tryon can be used in the third round-sometimes later.
Is that realistic? We know that football Emory Hunt (Emory Hunt) believes that Gameon is the best leading scorer in the draft. Increasingly, we saw Tryon being selected midway through the second round of the mock draft. This may not be possible, but no one can be sure. In this case, he is a member of the board of directors. I will not let him pass. I am even more happy about the decision to choose Dixon in the second round.
Other players think: Jalen Mayfield, OT, Michigan; Kelvin Joseph, Kentucky; Amon Ra-St. Brown, WR, USC; Original Walker Little, Stanford University, Michigan State West Virginia Nico Collins (Nico Collins)
Round 4 (No. 116)-Trey Sermon, RB, Ohio State University
Is it too early to come back? I firmly believe that the Giants will somehow stabilize Saquon Barkley-Devontae Booker. Will they wait until this summer or fall to recruit senior free agents (such as Devonta Freeman)? Will they use their day 3 picks?
To be honest, when I play some “fun” simulation games in a week and go to the sixth round (the Giants have two options), I usually look for value in the sixth round.
I bring Sermon here for the following discussions: a) discussion about the player, b) discussion about whether it is too early to increase support.
So let us listen.