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Q&A: The Jets, the Giants and the NFL Draft | Newsday
With the NFL draft approaching in late April, Newsday’s Tom Rock, Calvin Watkins and Nick Klopsis look at where the Giants and Jets stand.Where do you have the Giants and Jets going in the first round
Saquon Barkley to Giants at No. 2? Mel Kiper thinks so — sort of | Newsday
ESPN draft analyst Mel Kiper Jr. projected running back Saquon Barkley to the Giants with the No. 2 overall pick in April’s NFL Draft. But he did so without much conviction.Kiper, on a conference call
10 record-breaking rookies from the 2017 NFL season | NFL Analysis | Pro Football Focus
These 10 rookies went from college straight to breaking records in the pros. PFF's Mark Chichester breaks down these record-breaking rookie performances from the 2017 NFL season.
Will Giants fans back Odell Beckham like they did Eli Manning? - NY Daily News
Do Manning and Beckham really engender the same affinity, loyalty and emotions in the hearts of Giants fans?
One thing I'm watching for post-Combine is what teams take from Josh Rosen in interviews. There's been some talk that he's slipping with teams, but this will be their first chance to meet with him.— Matt Miller (@nfldraftscout) February 21, 2018
Will the Giants stick with their young safeties? | Free agency preview | NJ.com
The Giants return their top three safeties from last season.
Bucky Brooks on Saquon Barkley: 'Without question, he is the best player in the draft'
NFL Network's Bucky brooks breaks down why Penn State running back Saquon Barkley is the best player in the 2018 NFL Draft.
Mason Rudolph 2018 NFL Draft Q&A: 'I Don't Care About Comparisons' | Bleacher Report
Oklahoma State's Mason Rudolph is a product of his surroundings. Not in the way he's often portrayed, though...
Top QB draft prospect Josh Allen draws Matthew Stafford comparisons
Matthew Stafford went No. 1 in the 2009 draft after completing 57.1 percent of his passes at Georgia. Allen (56.2) could be the top pick this year.
No, Lamar Jackson isn’t a damn wide receiver: NFL draft 2018 - SBNation.com
A quarterbacks coach explains why one of college football’s best quarterbacks is actually a quarterback.