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One player New York Giants would steal from Dallas…

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One player New York Giants would steal from Dallas...


The New York Giants square off with the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday in the first game of the regular season for both teams, and when looking across the aisle at their roster, there’s a lot of talent worthy of being stolen.

There is, of course, running back Ezekiel Elliott, but he takes a backseat to Saquon Barkley anyway. There’s also noted Giants killer Jason Witten, but he’s a secondary option to an explosive talent like Evan Engram at this point in his career.

There’s also the intriguing option of stealing Dak Prescott, but truth be told, we’d prefer either Eli Manning or Daniel Jones under to center.

So who are we going to snag this year? It’s comes down to the offensive and defensive lines, at which point it’s a toss up. The Giants could use a little help at right tackle or a quality pass rusher.

Ultimately, we would finish the offensive line rebuild by snagging La’el Collins and replacing veteran Mike Remmers at right tackle.

Collins may not be at the elite level other Cowboys offensive linemen are, but he finished the 2018 season with a grade of 71.7 courtesy of Pro Football Focus, which is a substantial improvement over Remmers’ grade of 59.2.

The one issue with Collins is that he has some occasional hiccups, being penalized 10 times and allowing eight sacks over 1,075 snaps last season.

Back on the plus side of things, Collins is still just 26 years of age and at 6-foot-4, 320 pounds, is just a mauling machine on the outside waiting for the opportunity to keep Eli Manning upright.

Yes, there are some equally as intriguing options on the Cowboys’ roster to steal, but at the end of the day it’s all about completing that offensive line rebuild and giving Manning the best possible talent up front to protect him.

What say you, Giants fans? Would you be happy with La’el Collins or would you steal someone else from the Cowboys?

Gimme Him: One player Giants would steal from Cowboys

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