By Dan Benton
Super Bowl LII is over, the NFL champions have been crowned and the 2018 NFL Draft order has essentially been set in stone. Needless to say, the attention of the NFL world now turns to the draft and by all intends and purposes, the Cleveland Browns are on the clock.
In his first post-Super Bowl mock draft, Bleacher Report’s Matt Miller has the Browns going with USC quarterback Sam Darnold at No. 1 overall. That, of course, leaves the New York Giants with UCLA quarterback Josh Rosen at No. 2 overall.
The Pick: QB Josh Rosen, UCLA
Will the New York Giants draft a quarterback, or will sentiment rule the room, allowing Eli Manning to return as the starter?
None of us can know the answer right now, especially with former Carolina Panthers general manager Dave Gettleman taking over the job in New York. It’s easy to say that Gettleman, who was with the Giants when Eli Manning was drafted, would bend to the will of ownership and the fanbase in keeping Manning around while developing last year’s third-rounder Davis Webb.
What the Giants should do is draft a quarterback. Manning’s play has fallen off as of late, and that won’t be fixed by trading this pick or drafting a pass-rusher. If you’re Gettleman and the Giants, you have to plan to not be drafting this high again anytime soon. That means you get the...