Round 4, Pick 1
• Round 1: Thursday, April 27, 8 p.m. ET • Rounds 2-3: Friday, April 28, 7 p.m. ET • Rounds 4-7: Saturday, April 29, Noon ET Location: Philadelphia Art Museum Steps
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This is a good spot for the Giants to look at the quarterback position with Davis Webb. Think development in a pro offense. Webb played in a Air Raid system at Cal and he won't be forced on to the field with Eli Manning as the No.1 in New York.
Giants add QB Davis Webb, potentially setting themselves up for their post-Eli Manning future. Webb will get a couple or three years, at least, to develop under Ben McAdoo and with the help of Manning.
Here's a quick way the Giants can utilize rookie tight end Evan Engram in the passing game. This is the "Levels" concept with Brandon Marshall aligned outside (Z) and Engram (Y) flexed in the slot. Engram has the ability to create leverage vs. a safety in coverage and separate at the top of the route on an inside breaking cut. A high-percentage, two-level read for QB Eli Manning to move the sticks in third down situations.
One of the Giants' biggest problems last year was a lack of reliable options beyond Odell Beckham in the passing game. Evan Engram is a dynamic addition to go with Brandon Marshall and a second-year Sterling Shepard. Won't help the run game or the pass protection, but if the line holds up, Eli Manning will have a lot of fun target options.
Evan Engram gives the Giants an underneath matchup player with the speed to get up the seam. Similar to the skill set of Jordan Reed, Engram has the route running talent and formation flexibility to align in multiple spots. He can be a weapon for Eli Manning.
Tony Richardson goes up to the podium to announce a Jets draft pick. Everything goes fine until he spells the team's name wrong.
Michigan TE Jake Butt, who tore his ACL in the Orange Bowl, has a $2 million loss-of-value policy that he started collecting insurance on when he wasn't picked in the third round Friday.
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With three seasons left on Eli Manning's deal, Davis Webb will have time to grow and mature into what the Giants hope is a future franchise QB.
The Cardinals could still land a quarterback on the final day of the draft, but they aren't going to force a pick if better players are on the board.
The Colts have used their first three draft picks on defense to go with the seven defensive free agents the team has signed so far this offseason.