The G-Men are on pace to have their highest draft selection in over a decade.
The New York Giants currently hold the No. 3 overall pick in the 2018 NFL Draft following Sunday’s loss to the San Francisco 49ers and could potentially move up a spot before the season ends.
It’s no secret the Giants need help along the offensive line. New York’s front office has major decisions to make with unrestricted free agents Justin Pugh and Weston Richburg this offseason and needs to find a legitimate starting left tackle.
It remains unclear who will be leading the G-Men into the offseason with plenty of turmoil throughout the franchise. Giants head coach Ben McAdoo may find himself on the way out of the Big Apple following the 2017 season, and general manager Jerry Reese is surely not safe.
A change in the coaching staff and front office could drastically change New York’s draft philosophy. Giants fans will have to wait to see what happens with McAdoo and Reese, but a 1-8 record has many looking ahead to the draft.