The New York Giants actually won a game this past weekend, and outside of the San Francisco 49ers loss, they have been in each game in 2020. While they only have two wins, they have a monster game ahead of them in Week 10, as they take on division rival Philadelphia with a chance to get within a half of game of the division.
New York has deficiencies on both sides of the ball, and could go quarterback here, but instead they decide to bolster their defense with the best linebacker in this class. Micah Parsons would be their best linebacker since Lawrence Taylor, as the Giants finally start to address that side of the ball.
The Washington Football Team lost a heart-breaker to the New York Giants in Week 9, as quarterback Alex Smith just did not have enough magic left to beat their division rival. While Smith is an incredible story, he is not the future in Washington, nor is former first round pick Dwayne Haskins.
Like Jacksonville, Washington needs to hit the rest button at quarterback in 2021, and Trey Lance from North Dakota State should be the third quarterback off the board in April. He can make plays happen with his arm, and his legs, and would give the Football Team a fresh start at the most important position in football.
Another week, another devastating loss for the Los Angeles Chargers, who saw their record fall to 1-6 with Justin Herbert at quarterback. While the record is bad, it has nothing to do with Herbert’s play on the field, as he once again picked apart an NFL defense in the team’s loss to the Las Vegas Raiders Sunday.
With their franchise quarterback for the next ten years set, the Chargers need to now start protecting him, and they do so by adding the best offensive lineman in this draft class. Penei Sewell will step in and start at left tackle in Los Angeles, giving Herbert his former teammate to protect his blindside moving forward.