If NYG Get No. 1 Pick, Should They Take Jadeveon Clowney or Teddy Bridgewater?

B/R StudiosFeatured ColumnistOctober 11, 2013

You'll have to go back to 2004, when the New York Giants selected Philip Rivers fourth overall (subsequently trading him for Eli Manning), for the last time the franchise had a top-10 pick in the draft.

At 0-6 this year, the Giants could potentially finish with the worst record in the league, though Jacksonville, Tampa Bay and Pittsburgh will likely provide stiff competition.

If it happens, is it time to part ways with Eli Manning and opt for Teddy Bridgewater? Is Jadeveon Clowney the type of defensive anchor who could revitalize the team?

Find out who the Giants should take No. 1 overall from Aaron Nagler and Matt Miller in the video above. 

Highlights courtesy of XOS Digital.

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