New York Giants Futures you ask? In our latest Super Bowl 2020 betting preview we review New York Giants Futures. The Giants were hoping for better results under new head coach Pat Shurmur, who helped the Minnesota Vikings make it to the NFC Championship game in the previous season. However, things didn’t go as planned for the G-Men, who finished with a 5-11 record, which was good for last place in the NFC East.
Instead of trying to add pieces that will help them get back into the playoffs this season, the Giants decided to blow the team up and start over. They turned heads at the start of the offseason when they let Pro Bowl safety Landon Collins leave in free agency to sign with the rival Washington Redskins.
The Giants then turned around and traded Odell Beckham Jr. who they signed to a long-term deal before the start of the season, to the Cleveland Browns for Jabrill Peppers and some draft picks. The Giants also offloaded defensive end Olivier Vernon to the Browns for Kevin Zeitler.
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The Giants managed to address their quarterback situation and used their first round pick on former Duke quarterback Daniel Jones, whom they hope will replace Eli Manning as their franchise quarterback. They selected former Clemson defensive tackle Dexter Lawrence with their second first round pick and former Georgia cornerback Deandre Baker with their final first round pick.
New York signed Golden Tate in free agency to give them more depth at the receiver position after getting rid of Beckham. This heavily hurt New York Giants Futures betting on New York.
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Even though he isn’t as explosive as Beckham, he has been very productive throughout his career and should help New York’s offense.
Antoine Bethea, who played for the Arizona Cardinals, was also brought in to give the team depth at the safety position.
With the level of talent that they let go during the offseason, the Giants and their fans can’t expect too much on the field with the roster as it currently is. Expect them to finish at the bottom of the division again. Their odds to win the Super Bowl is +7500 for betting on New York.