4.) A true No. 1 receiver
The New York Giants canâ€™t continue forward without a true play-maker of the wide receiver position. They havenâ€™t given Darius Slayton the attention he deserves, but he also hasnâ€™t been creating much separation to justify more action. Sterling Shepard is a walking injury, and Golden Tate is an aged commodity that will likely be gone after the 2020 season. Then you have Evan Engram, who has been a shell of his former self so far this season. An inability to catch the football and awful separation has contributed toward his lackluster campaign.
It is becoming quite clear that the Giants shouldâ€™ve allocated a draft pick toward a wide receiver in an extremely deep class. It seems as if theyâ€™re waiting until 2021 to find another option, whether it be Allen Robinson in free agency or possibly Jaâ€™Mar Chase in the draft.