June 23, 2024

Dak Prescott boasts an impressive 12-2 record against the Giants, and he has the reliable CeeDee Lamb as his top target.

Giants drafted safety Tyler Nubin in the second round of the NFL draft.

Meanwhile, Jalen Hurts now has a pair of highly-paid young receivers to throw to, adding more firepower to the Eagles’ offense. Additionally, Heisman Trophy winner Jayden Daniels has been drafted as the Commanders’ second overall pick, with expectations of becoming a dual-threat franchise quarterback under Dan Quinn’s leadership.

On the defensive side, Brian Burns will join Dexter Lawrence and Kayvon Thibodeaux to bolster the Giants’ pass rush, providing support for new defensive coordinator Shane Bowen.

However, the departure of Xavier McKinney to Green Bay has left a gap in the secondary, particularly lacking a CB2. Giants GM Joe Schoen is banking on second-round pick Tyler Nubin to fill this void.

On Friday night, Giants GM Joe Schoen focused primarily on bolstering the secondary, a move that was deemed necessary given the team’s multiple needs and limited draft picks. With only six picks available, the Giants prioritized addressing the wide receiver position, as well as adding depth at safety and cornerback.

When asked about his defense following the offseason moves and draft selections, Schoen expressed excitement about the young core of players and their multi-year contracts, noting that the team has assembled key pieces.

Tyler Nubin, the Giants’ second-round pick, was emotional when Schoen and head coach Brian Daboll informed him of his selection, describing it as the best decision of the entire draft. Schoen praised Nubin as a leader and culture-changer, highlighting his ability to create turnovers, a trait lacking in previous draft picks like Phillips.

Andru Phillips could compete for immediate playing time with the Giants.

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