New York Giants: 3 Free Agents to Target in 2019

When your hopes of reaching the post-season have been crushed, you look forward to your team’s future. Mathematically, the New York Giants haven’t officially been eliminated from playoff contention, but it’s hard to see them basically winning out.

The NFC East has been one of the weaker divisions in football this season. Currently, the Washington Redskins lead the division at 5-3.

None of the teams have impressed enough to have any confidence in choosing one to be crowned as the winner of the NFC East. The Giants have looked like the worst team by far though.

The quarterback play has been a key contributor to that, as Eli Manning has struggled all season. At 37-years old, he looks like a guy who has little to nothing left in the tank.

Rookie phenom, Saquon Barkley on the other hand, has been one of the few bright spots on this team. Of course, Odell Beckham is still showing out, even with the bad play under center.

The offensive line has also been an overlying issue since last off-season. They signed Nate Solder and Patrick Omameh, but neither have proven to be fruitful acquisitions just yet.

The defense has a lot to be desired as well, having just 10 sacks on the season. They’ve traded Eli Apple and Damon Harrison, showing that the Giants are looking to the future.

Before we know it, the 2018 season will be done and over with. The 2019 free agency window could be an active one for the Giants.

The Giants will have a projected $31.9 million in cap-space next off-season.

Here are a few guys they could take a look at next off-season.

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