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Harry Carson Jerseys 2019 , but would that be a Giant mistake?"WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections New York Giants NewsGiants Training Camp 2016Giants video station. Eagles 2015, Week 17New York Giants News2019 NFL DraftDaniel Jeremiah Mock Draft 3.0 - Daniel Jones to the Giants at sixth overallNew,256commentsDaniel Jeremiah believes the smoke regarding Jones and the Giants, but would that be a Giant mistake?EDTShareTweetShareShareDaniel Jeremiah Mock Draft 3.0 - Daniel Jones to the Giants at sixth overallJohn David Mercer-USA TODAY SportsThe 2019 NFL Draft is just over a week away. Teams are having their final Top 30 prospect meetings and making the final adjustments to their big boards. Outside the NFL, media members are furiously hitting up all their contacts for every scrap of information or insight they can garner. Of course, that leads to massive amounts of smoke billowing from just about every sports outlet as they try to disguise their intentions and get every competitive advantage they can. Meanwhile, draft analysts are pouring over what they are seeing and hearing, trying to find enough solid information that they can create mock drafts that come close to reflecting what teams might be thinking. That is where we are as former NFL scout and current NFL Network draft analyst Daniel Jeremiah releases his Mock Draft 3.0 Tuesday afternoon. Jeremiah selects a pair of familiar names and positions for the New York Giants, but his selection at sixth overall will likely earn a ďBronx CheerĒ for Dave Gettleman.6) Daniel Jones, quarterback17) Montez Sweat, EDGERaptorís ThoughtsIím going to start off with the selection of Montez Sweat 17th overall. In short, this would be a fantastic pick. Right now I have Sweat as one of the favorites (if not the favorite) for the Giants at sixth overall. We have heard that they have been high on him throughout the process, and were keenly interested in him at the Senior Bowl ó where he was taken out of drills to give the offensive linemen a chance. Since then he has only improved his draft stock, testing out to be faster, quicker, more agile, and more explosive than Jadeveon Clowney, while also being more productive in college. And where there is some concern about a heart condition, it seems to be regarded as a non-issue around the league. So getting Sweat at 17th overall is likely a steal. Now we really need to talk about Daniel Jones:If the Giants go through with drafting Jones it could be a risk at best and a potential disaster at worst. At his best, in ideal circumstances and put in an environment in which he has thrived, Jones is a very limited quarterback prospect. He passes the eye test at 6-foot 5 inches, 230 pounds and possessing enough mobility to generate the occasional exciting play. But looking beyond his physique and scrambling ability, there is just not much there. Jones is at his absolute best when executing a 1-read, short-range offense. Duke catered to that with a variety of quick passes inside of 10 yards, leaning heavily on Run-Pass Option (RPO) concepts. Per Benjamin Solakís Contextualized Quarterbacking charting, a full 64.7 percent of Jonesí targets were to receivers ten or fewer yards downfield and Jones threw to his first read 92 percent of the time. Jones was reasonably accurate on those throws Infant Corey Ballentine Jersey , completing an average of 79.1 percent of those passes per Derrick Klassen of Football Outsiders. When he knows where he is going with the football, Jones can be quick and accurate. It should his accuracy trended downward from 89.71 percent at the line of scrimmage, to 76.79 percent between 0 and five yards downfield, to 70.8 percent from six to ten yards downfield. But even in the yardage where he was at his best, Jones still trailed Kyler Murray, Dwayne Haskins, Will Grier, Ryan Finley, Drew Lock, Brett Rypien, and even Tyree Jackson in accuracy. Beyond 10 yards down the field, Jonesí accuracy tailed off badly. On throws from 11 to 15 yards downfield, Jones completed just 57.14 percent of his passes, which tumbled to 42.11 percent on throws more than 20 yards downfield. Jones is also extremely limited in which areas of the field he is able to place the ball well, which Solakís work charting placement illustrates. Benjamin Solak - The Draft NetworkJones also struggles when forced to fit the ball into tight windows, completing just 26 percent of those passes.A big reason for Jonesí dramatic fall-off in accuracy and placement is simply mediocre arm strength. While he looks the part of a big, strong-armed passer, Jones does not have the arm to reach downfield and deliver an accurate ball. As Mark Schofield often notes, arm strength isnít of vital importance to modern offensive schemes. However, offenses still need some ability to threaten defenses down the field. Otherwise they are too fast and too smart to be routinely beaten by dink-and-dunk concepts and the occasional quarterback scramble. Offenses need a vertical component to keep defenses from suffocating the short-range aspects of an offense.Unfortunately, things donít get much better moving on to the ďmoneyĒ down. Per Solakís charting, Jones also struggled on third down, and particularly on third-and-five (or more). On third downs, Jones completed just 56.6 percent of his passes, with 51.3 percent of them well-placed, while 6.6 percent were interceptable. On third and five (or more) yards Corey Ballentine Jersey Draft , he completed 50 percent of his passes, with 45.4 percent well-placed, and converted just 33.3 percent of attempts while 9.3 percent of his passes were in danger of being intercepted. SB Nationís own Bill Connelly began charting completion rate, yards per completion, success rate, marginal efficiency, and adjusted net yards per attempt with last yearís quarterback class. Connelly says that ďee find that no recent quarterback has exceeded his college stats over the first four years of his pro career. Most donít come anywhere close.ĒJones had the 13th highest completion rate out of 22 quarterback prospects, and things got worse from there. His yards per completion was the lowest, success rate was third lowest, success rate was third-lowest, marginal efficiency was the lowest, and adjusted net yards per attempt was the second worst in the class. If history (strongly) suggests that those marks are his ceiling in the NFL, that is a worrying prospect for drafting himat any point, let alone sixth overall. Connelly puts Jones in his fourth tier, labeled ďLet Someone Else Take The RiskĒ, saying, ďI get the draw of Daniel Jones. I really do. Heís 6í5, heís mobile, and he looks like a Manning when he steps away from center. Since he was coached by the guy who coached the Mannings in college (David Cutcliffe), that makes sense.Ē Which brings us back to the persistent feeling that the Giants are (very) interested in Jones and Jeremiah mocking him to them at sixth overall. There are just few good football reasons to select Jones at any point where you would feel compelled let him prove that he isnít a franchise quarterback. Doing so courts disaster based on the hope that everything clicks and he is competent running the basics of a limited short-range offense. A more realistic reason for targeting Jones is his relationship with Cutcliffe and the Mannings, and the hope that it would prevent any kind of hard feelings in the quarterback room. But while many of the Giantsí personnel moves have erred towards a preference for comfort and familiarity, letting sentiment guide your choice for the future of the most important position on the roster is pure folly. Dave Gettlemanís duty is to the future of the franchise, not Eli Manningís feelings, and his job is to find the best quarterback he can. What the roster might look like today" />Skip to main contentclockmenumore-arrownoyesHorizontal - WhiteBig Blue Viewa New York Giants communityLog In or Sign UpLog InSign UpFanpostsFanshotsSectionsLibraryGiantsOddsAboutMastheadCommunity GuidelinesStubHubMoreAll 322 blogs on Horizontal - WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections New York Giants NewsGiants Training Camp 2016Giants video station. Eagles 2015, Week 17Filed under:New York Giants NewsNew York Giants post-mini-camp 53-man roster projectionNew,104commentsWhat the roster might look like todayEDTShareTweetShareShareNew York Giants post-mini-camp 53-man roster projectionNoah K. Murray-USA TODAY SportsThe New York Giants have completed mandatory mini-camp and will finish up their offseason program this week. Itís far too early to know exactly what the 53-man roster will look like in September. Letís take a preliminary guess at what it might look like if the Giants had to play a game this weekend Corey Ballentine NFL Jersey , though.Offense (26)Quarterbacks (3)Starter: Eli ManningBackups: Daniel Jones, Alex TanneyTanney has thrown the ball well all spring, and the Giants obviously like what the 31-year-old brings to their quarterback room. As a non-threatening No. 3 quarterback he can be useful to both Eli Manning and Daniel Jones.Kyle Lauletta? His spring start was slowed as he recovered from knee surgery, and it hasnít picked up a whole lot. He has been fourth in the quarterback pecking order, and Iím really not sure he can move up from there.Paul Perkins in 2017Jonathan Dyer-USA TODAY SportsRunning backs (5)Starter: Saquon BarkleyBackups: Wayne Gallman, Rod Smith, Paul PerkinsFullback: Elijhaa PennyThe surprise here, at least to me, is that I think Perkins has an excellent chance to make this team. I think he may even surpass Gallman on the depth chart because, thinking back to his 2016 rookie year, heís more explosive with the ball in his hands. Offensive coordinator Mike Shula also recently lauded Perkinsí ability in pass protection. The Giants like the 6-foot-3, 235-pound Smithís size and his ability on special teams, where he played 261 snaps for the Dallas Cowboys last year. The stunner here could be if the Giants move on entirely from Gallman, who got only 51 carries last season.Tight ends (3)Starters: Evan Engram, Rhett EllisonBackup: C.J. ConradI have Conrad, an impressive undrafted free agent out of Kentucky, beating out journeyman Scott Simonson and second-year man Garrett Dickerson. Simonson would stick in this scenario if the Giants keep four tight ends, but in this projection I donít have room.Wide receivers (6)Starters: Sterling Shepard, Golden TateBackups: Cody Latimer, Corey Coleman, Darius Slayton, Bennie FowlerThe more I watch the wide receivers ó and quarterbacks, wide receivers and defensive backs are all you can really watch in spring practices ó the less I worry about the receiving group without Odell Beckham Jr.Shepard and Tate are good players, and in OTAs and mandatory mini-camp Eli Manning has been getting them the ball. Cody Latimer has been good all spring. Corey Coleman should be better with a full offseason and training camp to learn the playbook, and his speed is undeniable. Rookie Darius Slayton has rebounded nicely from a rookie first practice of rookie mini-camp. The speed and potential are obvious.I have Fowler making the roster ahead of Russell Shepard. As valuable as Shepard is on special teams, there is just something about the veteran Fowler. The ball keeps finding him Corey Ballentine NFL Draft , and he brings an energy to the practice field other guys just donít show.Offensive linemen (9)Starters: Nate Solder (LT), Will Hernandez (LG), Jon Halapio (C), Kevin Zeitler (RG), Mike Remmers (RT)Backups: Spencer Pulley, Evan Brown, Chad Wheeler, George Asafo-AdjeiOnce Remmers gets on the field in training camp and proves he is healthy following back surgery I will be happy with this starting group. It isnít filled with All-Pros, though Hernandez might get there one day and Zeitler is an exceptional pass blocker. It is, however, filled with solid, professional players who should combine to give the Giants the best offensive line they have had in a while. That bar isnít high, but getting over it is critical.What Iím not happy about is the depth here. Pulley showed he can handle center adequately last year, but Iím not sure either Pulley or Brown can adequately play guard in a pinch. In fact, Iím not sure if Brown can play at all. We never saw him last year. Iím also less than thrilled with Wheeler as the swing tackle, and I wonder if the Giants might try to sneak Asafo-Adjei to the practice squad.If Iím GM Dave Gettleman Iím scouring the waiver wire for veteran castoffs during the preseason to bring in as depth players.Defense (24)Defensive linemen (5)Starters: Dalvin Tomlinson, B.J. Hill, Dexter LawrenceBackups: R.J., McIntosh, Chris SlaytonThe name missing from this group in Olsen Pierre, the free agent signed from the Arizona Cardinals. Problem is, as far as I can tell, Pierre missed the entire spring. I canít put him on the roster until I see him out there competing. No room for veteran John Jenkins, either. So, a really, really young group of interior linemen.Loreenzo Carter tackling Cam Newton.Jeremy Brevard-USA TODAY SportsEdge defenders (4)Starters: Lorenzo Carter Corey Ballentine Buffalo Bills Jersey , Markus GoldenBackups: Oshane Ximines, Kareem MartinI have thought at times that the Giants might choose to move on from Martin and take the $3.275 million in cap savings, but right now I donít see anyone else stepping up and taking that fourth edge spot. Martin is an adequate player, and his experience in James Bettcherís defense is a plus.Inside linebackers (5)Starters: Alec Ogletree, B.J. GoodsonBackups: Tae Davis, Ryan Connelly, Nathan StuparStupar, who is really a liability on defense, stays because of his special teams acumen. I am going to be interested to see if either Mark McLaurin or Joseph Tauaefa, undrafted inside linebackers, can push for roster spots.Cornerbacks (6)Starters: Janoris Jenkins, DeAndre Baker, Julian Love (slot)Backups: Sam Beal, Grant Haley, Corey BallentineI have Love eventually overtaking Haley to be the slot corner. I also wonder if the Giants would keep special teams gunner Antonio Hamilton and try to pass Ballentine to the practice squad.Safeties (4)Starters: Jabrill Peppers, Antoine BetheaBackups: Michael Thomas, Kamrin MooreYouíre probably wondering where the name Sean Chandler is. Well, we did not see Chandler work out all spring as he was off to the side riding a bike. Moore made a few plays and even got some first-team reps during mandatory mini-camp. If Chandler is healthy, I would prefer him to Moore. Like Pierre on the defensive line, though, I need to see him on the field.Special teams (3)Punter: Riley DixonPlacekicker: Aldrick RosasSnapper: Zak DeOssieUnless injury dictates a switch somewhere in here, there is no reason to make any changes to this group.



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