The New York Giants lost their longest winning streak of the season on Sunday, falling to the Philadelphia Eagles at Lincoln Financial Field, 25-22. The Giants’ loss moves them to 3-8 on the season and essentially wipes out their chances of making the playoffs. With that in mind, it's time to look towards the 2019 NFL Draft, where the Giants are currently slotted to select fifth overall.
Every week, Tankathon.com comes out with the NFL Draft Power Rankings, in which teams are ranked according to the value of the picks they have in the upcoming draft per the standard trade value chart. After last week’s win against the 49ers, the Giants were sixth on the list. Following the Giants loss this week, they stayed put on the list. The Giants currently have a draft value of 2,503.2. Here’s a look at the Top-10, following the Week 12 games.
The Giants are the only team from the NFC East in the Top 10. With the No. 5 selection in the 2019 NFL Draft, lets take a look at who Bleacher Report staff writer Ryan McCrystal has Big Blue taking in the first round.
McCrystal has the Giants taking offensive lineman Jonah Williams with the fifth overall selection. This is no change from last week.