1. Evan Engram
Since tight end wasn’t their top need at the time, there were some questions surrounding the decision by the Giants in 2017 to use a first-round pick on Evan Engram, but no one is questioning the choice anymore.
While New York has struggled over the last two seasons as a team in general, Engram has been one of the few positives surrounding the Giants on offense, and could be in for an even larger role during his third NFL season in 2019.
Now that Odell Beckham Jr. is no longer part of the picture after New York decided to trade the star wideout to the Cleveland Browns this offseason, Eli Manning is going to need all of the extra help he can get on offense, even with Saquon Barkley in the backfield.
With all of the uncertainty surrounding the Giants in 2019, why on earth would they ever consider a trade involving Engram, who has caught 109 passes in 26 games since coming on board in 2017?
Well, if a team like New York was willing to trade Beckham, the same can easily be done to Engram.
Sean McVay has a history of bringing out the best in tight ends, and the addition of Engram would quickly provide Jared Goff with a new favorite target to work with in the passing game while putting the Rams’ offense in even better shape in the process.