New York Giants 2022 Mock Draft: Fully Rebuilding The Offensive Line

2022 NFL Mock Draft, Charles Cross. (Photo by Jonathan Bachman/Getty Images)
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The New York Giants address the offensive line heavily and much more in this 2022 mock draft.

For the New York Giants, the 2021 season has been a bit of a disappointment. There was hope that with the additions of Kenny Golladay and Kadarius Toney in the passing game, and a defense that looked strong to end 2020, could elevate this team to make a potential playoff run.

With just five weeks left in the season, the Giants find themselves only two games out of a playoff spot. It won’t be easy, especially with a trip to Los Angeles to face the Chargers and three divisional games. With all the help they need, there’s a reason that fans are looking towards the offseason and the 2022 NFL Draft.

There will be decisions to make for the organization after the season. Should Joe Judge stick around even though it’s only been a short tenure? Should Dave Gettleman also be gone? Those decisions, plus one on whether or not Daniel Jones should get another season will determine a lot of what they do in the draft.

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There’s a chance that the Giants could also be in the veteran quarterback market rather than go through the draft. Russell Wilson and Aaron Rodgers could be available, and Wilson has been linked to the Giants before. With the capital they have, making a run at him would be a big last effort for Gettleman and the current regime.

As we wade through all that uncertainty, let’s focus on making the New York Giants better for 2022. This Giants mock draft does that, addressing areas that need it badly.