The New York Giants have already entered the very early stages of their 2019 offseason.
The first issue the Giants have publicly said they will tackle is whether or not they will keep quarterback Eli Manning for the 2019 season. During his end of the year presser, general manager Dave Gettleman refused to commit to Manning. While Gettleman continues to evaluate the situation before making a final decision, we’ll move on to an overall evaluation of the remainder of the roster.
Today, we’re going to break down the Giants’ 10 greatest needs from a positional standpoint heading into the 2019 free agency and the 2019 NFL Draft.
We will rank the positions of need in order from the least to greatest. In this piece, we’ll individually break down the positions of need. For example, instead of using an offensive tackle, we’ll break it down by both right and left tackle, should either position make the ranking. We will be factoring in the importance of the position while also weighing in the production of the Giants’ current starter at the said position.
Let’s jump right into the rankings below: