The New York Giants lost their fifth game in just six tries on Thursday night, being dismantled by the Philadelphia Eagles at home, 34-13. With the 2019 season looking just about over, let's change up our weekly look at NFL power rankings power rankings and focus on how the Giants are positioned for the 2019 NFL Draft.
Following the Week 6 loss to the Eagles, the Giants are tied for the worst record in football. Because of a tiebreaker with the Oakland Raiders, Arizona Cardinals and San Fransisco 49ers, the Giants as of right now, have the first selection in the 2019 NFL Draft.
Tankathon.com comes out with its Draft Power Rankings every week, showing who holds the most value in next year’s draft. According to the rankings, the Giants have the second-most value as of right now. With a score of 3,736.0, the Giants just sit behind the Indianapolis Colts, who have a score of 4,046.0. Below is a look at how the top 10 stacks up. Tankathon uses the traditional trade value chart, which assigns a point value to each pick, to determine the rankings. The Giants forfeited their third-round pick by selecting cornerback Sam Beal in the Supplemental Draft.
Tankathon also has the Giants selecting Oregon quarterback Justin Herbert with the No. 1 overall pick. Here is a round-by-round look at the Giants selections in next year’s draft as of today.