Taking a closer look at the New York Giants 2018 NFL Draft | NFL Analysis | Pro Football Focus
Senior Analyst Gordon McGuinness takes an in-depth look at the New York Giants' haul in the 2018 NFL draft, examining each selection with an eye towards their fit with their new team.
Billick: Kyle Lauletta 'may be the best quarterback pick' of the 2018 draft - NFL Videos
NFL Network's Brian Billick gives his analysis of why New York Giants QB Kyle Lauletta may have been the best QB pick this year.
Carter is a freakish natural athlete, a 6’5, 250 pound edge rusher who ran a blazing 4.50 forty at the combine and also posted an explosive 130 inch broad jump. Those numbers seem to indicate that Carter’s best football may be in front of him.
‘Zo is a long strider who covers a lot of ground in a hurry. It wasn’t uncommon in 2017 to see him come out of nowhere to engulf ball carriers from behind, occasionally creating turnovers. He’s also improved tremendously as a barrier player in the run game, using his long arms to keep tackles off of him and uses excellent upper body flexibility to “get small” and slip away from blocks. I expect Carter will contribute in pass rush situations immediately but could grow into an every down player.
Parcells, now 76 and enjoying life away from football, believes the Jets found a quarterback.
“I really think he’s interested in winning,” Parcells told The Post on Sunday. “I say this in a complimentary way, I don’t think he’s ready to be a star, if you know what I mean. Some of these guys come out of the draft and they’re ready to be a star. I think he’s ready to be a football player.”
It’s time Giants end the Odell Beckham distraction — before it exists
So the draft came and went, and Odell Beckham Jr. is still a Giant.
Dave Gettleman didn’t quit on talent after all.
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Interesting case of Giants' OLB Lorenzo Carter's 'unseen production' | What numbers don't reveal | NJ.com
2018 NFL Draft pick (third round) Lorenzo Carter of Giants says he is an 'elite pass-rusher' but his college numbers say otherwise. Why?