New York Giants: 3 Quick steps to return to relevancy

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Despite their residency in the Big Apple, the New York Giants have fallen into irrelevancy this offseason. But with this three-step program, they can get back on track by the end of the 2019 season.

General manager Dave Gettleman just may have driven the New York Giants straight into the ground. One of the NFL’s most storied franchises, a team with as much history as the Giants, has fallen into total irrelevancy due to a series of frankly bone-headed moves from (mostly) the front office.

Currently, it feels as though the Giants are not living up to their New York status quo. Normally, the Giants are New York’s premier professional football team, with the New York Jets and Buffalo Bills trailing behind them. But due to the Giants’ total lack of success as of late, they are dragging far behind those two now, with no real hope of getting back into the race for the Empire State’s crown.

Both the Jets and Bills have a promising young quarterback in Sam Darnold and Josh Allen respectively. The Giants just drafted Duke’s Daniel Jones a couple of months ago at the No. 6 overall spot, a near-consensus reach for the Blue Devils product. The Giants are sitting ducks and, for a myriad of reasons, dead in the water.

That is, they were dead in the water until today. Using a three-step program, the Giants can skyrocket their way back to cultural relevancy within the NFL in no time. These are the Giants’ three steps to relevancy, with a deadline at the end of the 2019 season.