The New York Giants 2022 season has been a success.
At the beginning of the season, no one would have expected that this team would win 9 games and clinch their first playoff berth since 2016.
After years of misery, things are finally improving for Big Blue.
The Giants would want this success to continue, and one way this can happen is by picking up new talent through the draft.
But, where are the GIants currently predicted to pick?
At Least the 23rd Pick
According to Tankathon.com, the Giants currently have the 23rd pick in the first round.
This would be the lowest initial pick the Giants have had in the first round since the 2017 draft, where they also picked at number 23 after their success in the 2016 season.
However, depending on their performance in the playoffs, they could fall even further down the order.
If the Giants were to win their wildcard game, the highest spot in which they would be picking would be at 25.
So, with a low first-round pick, who should the Giants pick?
Fixing the Offensive Line Is a Must
One of the main weaknesses in the Giants’ side is the offensive line.
This has been a problem for many years and has meant that quarterback Daniel Jones has had to take many sacks in his short career.
Strengthening the offensive line could potentially provide Jones with another layer of protection.
It would also create holes that can be exploited by running back Saquon Barkley.