NY Giants: Stealing one player from every NFC East foe

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Dallas Cowboys: LB Micah Parsons

When looking at the current top defenders in the NFL, there is arguably no better player than Dallas Cowboys linebacker Micah Parsons. When looking at what player in the NFC East could help the Giants the most, Parsons is the best option.

In just two seasons, Parsons has already put together an elite resume. Alongside taking home Defensive Rookie of the Year in 2021, he is also a two-time Pro Bowler and a two-time All-Pro.

Over 33 career games, Parsons has already cemented himself as one of the game's elite. In total, he has recorded 149 total tackles, 33 tackles for loss, 26.5 sacks, 56 quarterback hits, and six forced fumbles. On the way to finding this success, Parsons has recorded 13 sacks in each of his first two campaigns.

Placing Parsons alongside Thibodeaux could give the Giants a near-unstoppable duo off of the edge. It would also give them an elite third option in Ojulari, who could make an instant impact in a smaller role. With these three players consistently rotating off the edge, and Williams and Lawrence beating down the interior, this group could apply pressure early and often. It would also make this Giants front nearly unstoppable.

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