Cleveland Browns may be buyers at Giants’ Firecell
The New York Giants suffered a heart loss for the Philadelphia Eagles only for Thursday night football, and they have now traded edge Ranger Marcus Golden to the Arizona Cardinals for a future sixth-round pick. If the Giants want to break up their roster and enter a blaze, the Cleveland Browns should get on the phone as potential buyers.
The Giants have joined the likes of the New York Jets, who have already fielded a few players, and the Minnesota Vikings, who have traded Yannick Ngakoue as the Baltimore Ravens, who look like teams that have missed the season Has thrown the towel. Like the Jets and Vikings, the Giants still have some valuable assets.
Even with a 4–2 record, this roster has some spectacular clear holes on the shores of Lake Irie. Most of the dazzle, the defensive side of football lacks depth and experience, and when they are one of the changed leaders, it would be good to see them bowing down. Some upgrades on that side of football may be absolutely necessary to stay in the hunt for a football spot.
Offensively he has a few holes, with the quarterback being the biggest issue as Baker Mayfield has yet to establish himself as a franchise quarterback. Depth at wide receiver is another issue facing the Browns aggressively, but the Giants in reality have little interest for general manager Andrew Berry and company. However, there are a handful of defensive pieces that can help the Brons to improve the roster.
Should the Giants go through their tanking process and organize a fire cell that can fit in with Brown’s future in 2020 and beyond? Here are three names that make sense for the Brons over the phone about bringing them to Cleveland.