Under-the-Radar Decisions the NY Giants Could Make During the 2014 NFL Draft

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Under-the-Radar Decisions the NY Giants Could Make During the 2014 NFL Draft
Giants general manager Jerry Reese believes in exploring all options when it comes to personnel, even if an option initially seems crazy.

When it comes to the NFL Draft, anything—and I do mean anything—goes.

Think about it. How many times were there blockbuster trades made during the NFL’s now three-day long event?

Moving closer to home, how many times have the New York Giants made a move during the draft that left you wanting to chuck the television set right out the window in frustration?

Forget about Draft Day, the movie. This is what the NFL Draft is all about. 

When you have 32 teams trying to get at the right talent from a large candidate pool, there's often nothing short of organized chaos in which everything you thought you knew about your team and the prospects in the draft turns out to be wrong.

In the end, though, sometimes those seemingly crazy moves made by a team eventually make sense in the long-run.

For example, anyone remember the uproar when the Giants drafted Mathias Kiwanuka in the first round of the 2006 draft?

Eventually due to injuries, that selection ended up being a stroke of genius by Ernie Accorsi, the Giants' general manager at the time.  

So as the clock ticks down to the start of the 2014 NFL Draft—we're under 30 days now until NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell takes the podium to start announcing the No. 1 picks for each team—I present to you three wild, yet realistic Giants draft possibilities that might initially seem crazy, but that could have merit down the road.  

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