Malik Nabers' mindset on losing is exactly what the NY Giants need right now

Nabers is going to provie needed energy for the G-Men.
New York Giants Rookie Minicamp
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When the NY Giants drafted Malik Nabers with the No. 6 overall pick, they knew they weren't bringing a 'choir boy' to town. Instead, they've got a young man who plays with a chip on his shoulder and who will never be afraid to bring the juice.

You know what, this offense has been needing some swagger and that's what the No. 6 overall pick will be providing. Nabers is also going to bring a winning mentality to East Rutherford. During his NFL Combine interview with Brian Daboll and Joe Schoen, Coach Dabes straight up asked him how much he doesn't like losing. Nabers didn't mince words, saying he hates losing more than he likes winning. Goodness:

Malik Nabers is bringing a winning attitude to the NY Giants

Daboll was a fan of Nabers from the start, calling him a baller. You could tell the two had strong chemistry as well. Daboll also asked Nabers how he handles not getting the ball, with the wideout making it clear he doesn't like that either.

He wants the ball in his hands early and often and he wants to be explosive for his offense. That's what the Giants drafted him for. This team has not had a WR1 since Odell Beckham Jr. was still around and the efforts to replace him have been beyond depressing.

Nabers knows how good he is and he also knows how stellar he can be for the Giants. Daboll understands this too, which is why he's got to be excited about his potential. A star wideout is always going to play with confidence, which will be great to see out of the former LSU standout from the moment he first sets foot on the turf at MetLife Stadium.

During OTAs and minicamp, the first-rounder looked brilliant, showcasing fantastic wheels and hands. Once the Week 1 tilt with the Vikings gets here too, there will be countless eyes on Nabers to see what he'll be able to get done. The long wait is almost over to see him in action. Will he deliver with a strong showing? We think so, and hopefully in a win.