New York Giants
Is 2019 the year that Evan Engram emerges as a star tight end? What else is on tap when it comes to the New York Giants training camp preview? (Corey Sipkin/New York Post)

Is any team more of a mess than the New York Giants? In comes Eli Manning. Out goes Odell Beckham? That sounds like a recipe for… a disaster. Who would have thought the New York Giants would become the Browns 10 years ago? I can’t even wrap my head around how screwed the Giants are. Let’s get this one over with. Let’s take a look at what the New York Giants bring to the table in 2019 as training camp get going.

3 Position Battles To Watch:

Quarterback: Eli Manning, Daniel Jones

Can we just end the Eli Manning thing already? The guy has been washed up for years and I’m tired of looking at his dumb face. The only problem is Daniel Jones might have an even dumber face somehow. It’s like that movie Stepbrothers. Daniel Jones just has a really punchable face. Either way, the Giants are screwed. See you guys in 5 years. Miss on a quarterback in the draft and that’s what happens.

Edge Rusher: Lorenzo Carter, Oshane Ximines, Avery Moss, Kareem Martin, Markus Golden

I’m a sucker for amazing athletes. Lorenzo Carter fits the bill there. I want to see him reach his ceiling and become a 15 sack per year monster. His starting job should be solidified after a solid rookie year. The opposite side is open. Markus Golden and Oshane Ximines are probably the leaders in the clubhouse. Golden had some moments in Arizona. Ximines is a small school guy from Old Dominion who I don’t like at all. At the end of the day, I don’t really care. I just want to see Lorenzo Carter light people up.

Cornerback: Deandre Baker, Janoris Jenkins, Julian Love, Sam Beal, Tony Lippett

The Giants have one strength. It’s this cornerback room. Janoris Jenkins is a proven stud. Then New York added Deandre Baker and Julian Love in the draft. It’s the smartest thing they did all offseason. This is literally the only thing to look forward to.

Ready To Breakout: Will Hernandez

I think Will Hernandez is starting to emerge as a big time guard. He’s mean, nasty, and talented. Hernandez better breakout because this offense now runs through Saquon Barkley.

Rookie To Watch: Dexter Lawrence

Can you believe this is the Odell Beckham pick? A nose tackle that plays two downs. Boy, oh, boy. If Dexter Lawrence isn’t 150 percent of Dontari Poe, Giant fans should boycott. This has a chance to get ugly quick.

Fantasy Sleeper: Evan Engram

Screw Sterling Shepard. Screw Golden Tate. The passing game runs through Evan Engram. During the 2018 season, Engram recorded 577 receiving yards. 320 of them came in the final 4 weeks of the season. Engram is heating up going into the 2019 season. I think he really gets going in 2019. The only thing to not like is Eli Manning but I had to pick somebody from this team.