Mel Kiper Jr. Says Giants Could Trade Up For 1 QB

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Written By Maya Cantina

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The New York Giants surged in the 2022 season, making the playoffs and winning their Wild Card matchup against the Minnesota Vikings.

While the energy surrounding this team was high coming into 2023, things didn’t go as well as expected.

Daniel Jones got hurt early on in the year, leaving the team in a tough spot as it pertained to the quarterback position.

After seeing Jones get hurt and observing his play over the past two seasons, there is a growing concern that he isn’t the team’s best option moving forward.

Mel Kiper recently spoke about this in his “First Draft” podcast, which was shared by Doug Rush on Twitter.

Kiper said, “I could see the Giants trading up for Bo Nix.”

While the Giants already have a top-ten pick where they could acquire a quarterback, Kiper thinks they might wait until later in the first round or earlier in the second round to make a move.

Even if Nix sat behind Jones for a year or two to learn the ropes, he could provide a higher ceiling in this offense than Jones has to this point.

The Giants did make a commitment to Jones with a four-year contract extension, but, as evidenced by Russell Wilson’s recent exit from the Denver Broncos, contracts can be broken and changed.

It will be interesting to see what the Giants decide to do moving forward and which quarterback they move with to start the 2024 season.

The NFC East isn’t getting any easier, which leaves the organization with a lot of pressure to make things work at QB.

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