This got me thinking about players the Giants Draft. The Giants usually try to draft young players.Same here. We're going to see a few former Giants play in the big Game. OBJ, BJ Hill & Eli Apple.
Yes and no. Sometimes they put them on scholarship, which to me is showing too much patience. But the constant turnover on coaching hasn't helped.This got me thinking about players the Giants Draft. The Giants usually try to draft young players.
Take a 21-year-old rookie who signs his first contract. He's got money, fame, plenty of attention and in some cases lack of maturity. The Bills way is to sign their players to second contracts and sign middle tier free agents when needed. Have the Giants shown enough patience with their draft picks? Not everyone is able to adjust to life in the NFL at 21. Some may need more time to develop their craft. Some may need more time to mature and possibly develop physically. Given these factors among others do the Giants give up too easily on their draft picks? If they do, they have to replace these players with future draft picks. Picks that could be used on other needs or sign expensive free agents which IMHO rarely works out.
Really like to hear your thoughts?
Makes sense to me! In a way every player is different. I like his approach about getting to really know a player personally as part of the draft evolution process.Yes and no. Sometimes they put them on scholarship, which to me is showing too much patience. But the constant turnover on coaching hasn't helped.
Les Snead moves worked out in the end as the Rams won their 2nd Super Bowl.Maybe it's a level of risk the Owner, GM and Head Coach were willing to accept. They have gone to the playoffs 3 out of last 4 years and will make a run this year. It's not the only way to build a team, but it seems to work for them.