Only time will tell, I'm thinking a B.. I think JR left some great value on the board (Floyd, Arthur Brown, Khaseem Green, Poyer)
But what the hell do I know..?
Last edited by Carter.525; 04-30-2013 at 09:30 PM.
Initial impressions are tough.
When you're picking at 19 you fully expect your #1 pick to get up there and hug Goodell and then hold up the Giants jersey. Even though Mayock was all over Pugh, you can't help but question the pick.
The QB at 4 (and a 6th) is puzzling as well. While we know it's just lip service, it sounds strange hearing your GM say "we hope he never plays a down for us" given the circumstances.
''Nobody plays this game for the money. You have to enjoy it. You have to have the game in your heart. They can't pay us enough for what we go through on the field.'' - Rosie Brown
Although I'm warming up to the picks, we still passed on alot of talent.....gotta go c+/B-
I'll let you know in a couple years.
B. Really starting to like the Pugh pick, and was a huge fan of the Nassib pick. Moore will be a 10+ sack guy in a couple years, and Hankins is a massive body to add some punch in the run game. I'm not gonna pretend to know too much about the other guys, but I will say that I'm a fan of Taylor's measurables, and Herman's pancake-block numbers.
Gronk is bae.
K for effort.
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Giants are 1st team in NFL history to lose first 2 games of season despite leading by 10 or more points in 4th quarter of each game (ELIAS).
Think most people are not being realistic. They have some holes to fill but where not going to fill them all in the draft. They also are one if the best run teams in the NFL with one of the best GM's that does not reach for picks and drafts for the future.