Trade Scenario Has Giants Acquire ‘Elite Pass-Catcher’ for Daniel Jone
Week 1 wasn't just a concern for Daniel Jones because of the weak offensive line.
The quarterback of the New York Giants appeared to be lacking an actual "elite pass-catcher" among his wide receivers.
By acquiring Mike Evans, a wide receiver for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the Giants can resolve Jones' problem.
According to Bleacher Report's Kristopher Knox, Evans is a player the Giants "could use."
Knox believes Evans would keep Big Blue "playoff relevant." They restocked their receiving group in the offseason,
but they had trouble coming up with huge plays in Week 1's shutout defeat to the Dallas Cowboys.
Evans has been a trade target, and he would significantly improve the Giants' wide receiver group.
The 30-year-old has nine consecutive seasons with 1,000 yards on his resume and is the kind of outside mismatch in terms of size and speed that this Jones-led passing game currently lacks.
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