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The Chris and Joe Show: Khalil Mack, Mekhi Becton, trades, and more in our weekly mailbag

Answering your questions in our weekly mailbag

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Happy Friday New York Giants fans!

Another week is in the books, which means that we’re one week closer to the 2020 NFL season, the 2020 NFL Draft, and the 2020 NFL Scouting Combine.

It also means that it’s time for The Chris and Joe Show to answer your questions. Before we get started, we’d just like to say “thank you” to everyone who sent us a question. Even if we didn’t get to your question, please keep sending them in, we’ll have a whole new batch next week.

So then, let’s see what’s on your mind this week.

This Week’s Questions

  • It’s rumored that the Chicago Bears are exploring a trade of Khalil Mack for the No. 2 overall pick. How would that impact the Giants?
  • Should the Giants sign Leonard Williams?
  • Who do we believe is the best offensive lineman in the draft?
  • What is the most glaring concern for the Giants, protecting Saquon and Jones or finding a pass rush?
  • What Is the best case scenario if the Giants choose to trade down?
  • Is it a stretch taking Louisville offensive tackle Mekhi Becton with the fourth pick?
  • Which cash-strapped teams could the Giants try to swing a trade with? (Which teams might the Giants be able to swap a late round pick for a veteran player in a salary dump?)

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