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Giant's draft rumor: Josh Rosen can be out of reach at current trading price, QB in games at No. 6?



A year after (stupid), Sam Darnold leaves (albeit quite a bit in Saquon Barkley), the New York Giants will enter the NFL draft from 2019 as one of the most exciting team that has the ability to shape the draft with two first-round picks. The question of everyone's mind: Is this year the Jews finally drafting Eli Manning's successor?

With less than a week back to the draft, there is another answer to that question, but rumors continue to circulate.

The hunters will have at least three chances to get a young quarterback at the end of round 1. They may try to act for Josh Rosen, who allegedly available to trade as cardinals are considering taking Kyler Murray at the top of the draft. They can prepare a quarterback at No. 6. Or they can choose a quarterback at No. 1

7.

Let's start with Rosen, a quarterback Giants could also have taken on No. 2 a year ago. Apparently, they are concerned about his personality, something we heard a ton about the rose before he entered the league – a debate that I never hope to revive.

According to SNY's Ralph Vacchiano, who quoted a team source, their "main concern" about the Rosen was "his personality and how it would fit in New York." Vacchiano writes that "there were concerns inside the Giants organization about how Rosen would handle the press as it inevitably went wrong on the ground."

For his part, Giants general manager Dave Gettleman has not been willing to say whether he has discussed a potential deal with the Cardinals. But he has stated that a quarterback personality is important.

"Being a quarterback of a team in this type of market is a burden," Gettleman said, per. SNY. "It's a mental strain, it's more than just looking at a guy's physical talent. It's about his makeup …. You need a mental toughness to play the position here in New York."

The personality of the rose would really be the stupid possible reason why the Jews would pass him on. Just read what Larry Fitzgerald has said about Rosen . It does not seem that his personality is a problem at all, at least not with his cardinals teammates. And that is what has to do as much as possible.

Isn't this the kind of personality you want in a quarterback?

Despite their concerns, the Jews are still reportedly interested in him, but perhaps not interested enough to conclude an agreement. Vacchiano reports that the giants are not willing to give up their first round picks, "don't seem likely to act" their second round of elections, and don't think their third round pick would get the job done.

Translation: The hunters are interested in the rose, but only for their price, but they do not believe their price is one that the cardinals would accept.

The draft is just around the corner, but there is plenty of time for the Jews to decide that Rosen is actually worth another round of picking. If Rosen came out of college in this year's draft, he would probably be considered by some top quarterback in the draft. It is only because of the terrible years of the Rosen that he used in a terrible offensive system that resulted in the offensive coordinator dismissal in the middle of the season and the firing of the rest of the coaching staff ] at the end of the year that his stock has fallen significantly. How many rookie quarterbacks would have been happy in that environment?

There is also plenty of time for the cardinals to either acknowledge that they will not get more than a third round of picking at Rosen or decide to they will build around Rosen instead of starting over with Murray the latter of which is something our Pete Prisco has recently spoken about.

The point is, although the draft begins on Thursday night, things can change quickly. For everything we know, it will be a team like the Redskins or the Patriots (gulp) who agree to acquire the Rose.

The hunters could also decide to prepare a quarterback. With No. 6 and No. 17 picks, they should be able to grab either Murray, Dwayne Haskins, Drew Lock or perhaps Daniel Jones (considered worst of the pile) in the first round.

On Thursday night, the NFL Network offered Ian Rapoport an update.

"The traditional wisdom now feels that the virgins will pass a quarter-ball on six. But it is fascinating to me the amount of people I have spoken to, now convinced – convinced – the hunters take a quarter-ball at six o'clock , "Rapoport said.

Rapoport mentioned that Haskins is "that kind of player", the Jews want to be "the franchise's face." He also mentioned Jones as a potential fit.

Talking about Jones, there is also this:

The premise is that the team in question is the giants.

It is also worth remembering that everything the Jews have said publicly indicates they have great confidence in 38-year-old Eli Manning . They can't even prepare a quarterback this year. They could decide to wait for next year's draft class. After trading away Odell Beckham, it may not be the worst move for a franchise in sudden need for proper reconstruction.

To review: The Giants are interested in Rosen but were also concerned about his personality a year ago and do not want to give up a first or second round of choice to him. "The conventional wisdom" says the giants do not take a quarterback at No. 6, but now some people around the league are "convinced" they will. The hunters are still happy with Manning – at least that's what they say. Finally, the Cardinals are interested in Murray, but could decide to keep Rosen.

In summary: We know nothing.

The good news is that winter is finally almost here. The draft is only six days away.


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