Giants near bottom in USA TODAY’s post-draft power rankings

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The New York Giants may have reached a bit on Day 2, but there’s no denying that general manager Joe Schoen & Co. helped improve the roster throughout the 2022 NFL draft.

Kayvon Thibodeaux and Evan Neal, the team’s two first-round picks, will have a profound impact out of the gate, while many of the other draftees will contribute as well. It was certainly a step in the right direction.

But the draft results did little to sway the opinion of USA TODAY’s Nate Davis. With his eye once again on quarterback Daniel Jones, Davis left the Giants near the basement stairs in his post-draft power rankings.

29. Giants (29): Speaking of forward progress and excuses, the table also seems nicely set for QB Daniel Jones in Year 4 … even if a fifth-year contract option isn’t on the menu.

Comparatively, the Washington Commanders fell three spots to No. 26 overall and the Dallas Cowboys slid four spots to No. 19 overall. The Philadelphia Eagles, however, climbed an impressive seven spots to No. 12 overall.

The Los Angeles Rams remained in place at No. 1 overall, while the Atlanta Falcons checked in at No. 32 overall.

What does it all mean? Absolutely nothing given that the season is still months away.

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