If the New York Giants’ draft this season seemed a bit odd, there is a good reason for it.
They chose seven players altogether, one in each round. Very traditional. Five are defensive players. The the other two are an offensive lineman and a punter.
For the first time in 17 years, and only the second time in franchise history, the Giants did not select an offensive “skill” player in the draft.
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