NY Giants 53-man roster prediction following the 2023 NFL Draft

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With the 2023 NFL Draft a thing of the past, all eyes are set on what the final New York Giants 53-man roster could potentially look like. The offseason has seen this Giants roster undergo several major changes, including adding potential game-changers on both sides of the ball. Many tough decisions will have to be made.

In total, the Giants added plenty of new players through both the draft and the additions of undrafted free agents. When looking at the roster that Joe Schoen and his team have assembled, this group is filled with the most talent in recent years. With all of that said, which guys will still be around come Week 1?

NY Giants quarterbacks (2)

• Daniel Jones, Tyrod Taylor

In the draft, many fans expected that the Giants would use a late-round selection to add a quarterback. Instead, they opted to add Illinois's Tommy DeVito as a UDFA. While DeVito will compete in camp, New York could once again look to rely on the one-two punch of Daniel Jones and Tyrod Taylor.

With the recent contract extension given to Jones, the Giants appear confident that is the quarterback of the future. Based on his performance in 2022, he could very well be the ideal candidate in this Mike Kafka-led offense. In addition, Taylor himself has proven to be more than capable within the Giants offense. While he is 33 years old and entering the last season of his contract, he's expect to occupy the QB2 role.

A QB room of Jones and Taylor has worked for the Giants in the past. Given that both players are able to stay healthy, this could be the case once again in 2023. As for the QB3, it's DeVito's to lose for now, but things could change soon.