Have the New York Giants gotten better or worse this offseason? I keep saying the work by GM Dave Gettleman can’t be judged until we at least see what the Giants are able to do in the upcoming 2019 NFL Draft, where they have a pair of first-round picks and 12 overall selections.
Still, there is always a rush to judge nearly everything. With that in mind, SB Nation’s FanPulse asked Giants fans if they felt the team had gotten better in free agency. Fifty-nine (59) percent said yes, despite Odell Beckham Jr., Olivier Vernon and Landon Collins being gone and Eli Manning still being the quarterback.
Our FanPulse voters also told us the Giants made the right choice by sticking with Manning.
Giants GM Dave Gettleman said recently he believes the team has had a “really good offseason.” Our poll participants appear to concur.
Results of both polls might be surprising if you get swallowed up in all of the social media criticism of the Giants. Perhaps, though, it’s an example of how an unhappy and exceptionally vocal minority can dominate a conversation.
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