Today, we will be diving into a new series here on NFL Draft Lounge, as I take a deep dive into the 2020 draft classes for each of the 32 teams. We'll start with the Cardinals draft. The 2020 NFL Draft has come and gone. 255 collegiate athletes have fulfilled their lifelong dream of hearing their name called to join an NFL roster. In this series, we will be looking at each NFL team’s individual draft and reviewing just how well the team did at adding the next wave of talent to their roster.
The New York Giants are a franchise in transition. The club transitioned from two-time Super Bowl Champion quarterback Eli Manning to rookie Daniel Jones in 2019. The Giants also transitioned away from head coach Pat Shurmur and brought in Joe Judge, as well as new coordinators. The Giants draft will help transition the team to the future.
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The New York Giants finished 2019 4-12, but managed to win two of their last three. Some complained those meaningless wins shouldn't have happened, and that they played themselves away from a transformative talent in Chase Young.
Despite a clear...
A lot of the current discussion amongst NFL Draft aficionados has to do with where Tua Tagovailoa, now that he's declared his intentions to enter the draft, will land.
Personally, I've heard a good deal about the Dolphins in these discussions. Miami has been at the forefront of a lot of Tua talk. Some have suggested that Tua's brother, Taulia (a current Alabama QB), could transfer to the University of Miami should Tua be drafted by the South Florida franchise.
The situation just isn't that simple.