By Max Harper
Winning their second straight game Sunday, the Giants have moved themselves off the top rung for 2024 draft positioning.
The Giants, Commanders and Bears sit as eight-loss teams exiting Week 12. Three others — the Panthers, Patriots and Cardinals — have at least nine losses, keeping them atop the 2024 draft board entering December.
The Giants’ unique long-term quarterback conundrum remains. The team is moving toward a high draft pick months after re-signing Daniel Jones at $40 million per year, and it has since seen him suffer an ACL tear.
Jones did not fare well before his midseason injury, clouding his long-term outlook.
And he missed more time due to a neck injury, recalling the issue that ended his 2021 season.
But his contract effectively guarantees he will be a Giant in 2024.