Giants Add Second First-Round Selection in Proposed QB Trade…

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Giants Add Second First-Round Selection in Proposed QB Trade.

Insiders with the New York Giants have expressed their conviction that the team’s intention to pick a rookie quarterback in the 2024 NFL Draft is real.

Nevertheless, in a very deep QB class, the Giants may choose to target a second-tier talent. Analyst Kristopher Knox of Bleacher Report unveiled a trade plan on April 1st, in which Big Blue would make a blockbuster trade with the Kansas City Chiefs to vault back into the first round. The potential transaction that targets a quarterback of the future is shown below.

The 2024 Round 1 Pick (No. 32) and 2024 Round 4 Pick (No. 131) go to the Giants.
Chiefs receive: No. 47 in the second round and No. 70 in the third round of 2024.

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Knox has the Giants aiming either Michael Penix of Washington or Bo Nix of Oregon in this daring jump from No. 47 to No. 32, should both quarterback prospects fall that far on draft night. Through this deal, general manager Joe Schoen would be able to acquire a new, elite wide receiver for his offense in addition to choosing a possible long-term signal-caller who would be qualified for a 2028 fifth-year option.

On paper, this trade would be rather fair because the Giants give up 670 points in draft value in exchange for 631 points from the Chiefs, according to the 2024 NFL trade value chart. It goes without saying that in a possible QB deal, the net value reduction is a minimal price to pay.

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Knox outlined his strategy and then provided justification for why both organizations could be open to executing this 2024 draft swap.

From a NYG standpoint, Knox stated, “Oregon’s Bo Nix and Washington’s Michael Penix Jr. represent the next tier of QBs and could be worth targeting at the bottom of Round 2.” “The fifth-year option would be available to New York if one of them landed on Day 1.”

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