[url=http://www.newyorkgiantsteamonline.com/odell-beckham-jr-jersey]Womens Odell Beckham Jr Jersey[/url] , GM Dave Gettleman wouldn’t commit fully to Eli Manning as the quarterback of the New York Giants in 2019. “My commitment is to make this team the best team it can be,” Gettleman said. “If that happens to have Eli playing quarterback it does.”That was on Jan. 2. Nearly two full weeks later, no puff of blue smoke has come from 1925 Giants Drive to announce one way or another what will happen for the team at quarterback in the upcoming season. I put the question of what the Giants should do at quarterback to a number of analysts. Interestingly, every response I received expressed the belief that Manning will be the quarterback for the Giants when the 2019 season opens.Question“Who do you believe “will” be the Giants QB in 2019? And, who “would” the quarterback be if you were making the decision?”Below, the responses.Answers Emory Hunt, Football GamePlanWill: EliWould: [Dwayne] HaskinsEli is under contract for one more year, so it makes some sense to go into the season with him as the starter. Haskins, in my opinion, is exactly what the Giants offense needs from the QB position. He can accurately attack all levels of the field. And I wouldn’t hesitate to roll with him from Day 1. Short term strategy, with a look to the future; I’d give Eli 4 games max before handing the keys over to Haskins.Sam Monson, Pro Football FocusWill be? Eli.If it was me, would be? Kyler Murray. Can you imagine the human freak show of skill position triplets of Murray at QB, Saquon at RB and OBJ at WR???Murray had PFF grades right up there with Baker Mayfield (albeit over 1 year, not 3), and has waaaaay more athleticism. He’s a legit QB prospect and if he enters the draft he should be the first QB taken [url=http://www.newyorkgiantsteamonline.com/janoris-jenkins-jersey]Womens Janoris Jenkins Jersey[/url] , 5’9 be-damned.Matt Williamson, Locked on NFLI think Eli will and should be the starter, but ideally, they draft someone like Haskins as the obvious heir apparent.Dan Hatman, The Scouting AcademyI think it will be Eli. I would have traded #2 or taken a QB last year. The draft slot vs. the QB market this year is a bit strange and if Dave [Gettleman] goes BPA and doesn’t trade down, I wouldn’t be surprised to see QB wait until Round 2.Dave-Te Thomas, Scouting Services Inc.2019 Season opener likely - Eli2019 Week 4-to-season finale - whoever they draftWho I’d take: Round One - Haskins, but with all those DL guys out there, Ed Oliver at #6, Daniel Jones at #38.Kyler Murray thoughts - “Dude is so small, he could sleep in a sock.”Christian D’Andrea, SB Nation Eli Manning will be the Giants’ QB, even though he’s got an acceptable dead cap hit ($6.2m), because New York doesn’t have anyone else, and throwing a rookie quarterback to the wolves behind New York’s embattled offensive line is borderline cruelty.Final thoughtsThe results here really are not a surprise. In betting parlance, Manning is the chalk. He will be the starting quarterback ... until he’s not. 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Rebilas-USA TODAY SportsReplacing ‘Snacks’ in the middleThe game’s best pure run-stuffing nose tackle, Damon Harrison, now plays for the Detroit Lions. No one the Giants play in that spot is going to be quite as dominant against the run as ‘Snacks.’ It would be foolish to make that case. Still, the Giants are pretty well positioned to fill that spot with Harrison gone.Dalvin Tomlinson, a second-year player, is a 317-pounder who specializes in occupying blocks and defending the run. He should be well-suited to playing the nose. Coach Pat Shurmur, in fact, said that Tomlinson is “probably a natural nose guard.”“The thing with Dalvin is, he’s an extremely heavy-handed striker [url=http://www.newyorkgiantsteamonline.com/curtis-riley-jersey]Womens Curtis Riley Jersey[/url] , a guy that can punch and separate, a guy that has the ability to displace blockers, and he’s going to get his great fair share of snaps; but the truth is, there’s going to be a great rotation in that room,” defensive coordinator James Bettcher said on Thursday. “Dalvin will be a huge part of that rotation, as he has been, and some other guys in the room are going to get some shots.”Tomlinson seems fine with the idea of moving inside, saying “as long as I can line up and put my hand in the dirt, I’m happy.”Another young player who figures to get some of the snaps at the nose is rookie B.J. Hill, the impressive third-round pick who has been playing defensive end. The 311-pound Hill is also a natural nose tackle, having spent his college career at N.C. State playing that spot.Six-year veteran John Jenkins, a 327-pound interior defender who has been inactive the past three weeks, could also get an opportunity with Harrison gone.The Redskins are sure to hammer the ball at the Giants and find out if they can defend the run. They are fourth in the league in rushing attempts per game (29.5) and they do have a revitalized Adrian Peterson. So, we should find out quickly how well a front without ‘Snacks’ can hold up.[By the way, if you have a subscription to The Athletic, Geoff Schwartz offered some insight into why Harrison is so good [url=http://www.newyorkgiantsteamonline.com/jon-halapio-jersey]Womens Jon Halapio Jersey[/url] , along with thoughts on Nate Solder’s struggles and the run game. It’s worth your time, You will learn some things.]A division-leading teamAs hard as it might be to believe, the Redskins lead the NFC East at 4-2. At least one team will have something to play for on Sunday.Brad Penner-USA TODAY SportsEli ManningLove him or hate him? Think he’s overrated or under-appreciated? A symptom of the problem with the Giants’ offense or THE problem with the Giants offense?Doesn’t matter. You get to watch him Sunday. Enjoy it, because you probably aren’t going to get many more chances to watch the best quarterback in franchise history wear a Giants’ uniform. Oh, and love him or hate him, you will miss him when he’s gone.Something I keep reminding people is there is never a guarantee of an orderly transition when you move on from a franchise guy, even if it’s apparent his time has come. The Giants moved on from Phil Simms after the 1993 season. Manning didn’t show up until 2004, and there was a whole lot of bad quarterback play in-between.As we are finding out with the re-constructed offensive line different does not necessarily end up being better.How will the revamped secondary hold up?Eli Apple is a member of the New Orleans Saints. Tony Lippett is now on the roster in his place. Veteran B.W. Webb will move from the slot to the outside in Apple’s old spot. Rookie undrafted free agents Grant Haley and Sean Chandler, with a grand total of five NFL snaps between them, will man the slot. You wonder if the Giants will begin to work Chandler into the mix more, perhaps even some in place of struggling free safety Curtis Riley. Veteran Michael Thomas has also seen some time in the slot.A quick word about the Apple trade: I know it bothers some fans that the Giants traded away a 23-year-old former first-round pick. Let’s remember, though, that Apple’s tenure with the Giants was a rocky one. Many, myself included, figured the new Giants’ regime would move on from him before the season started. Instead, they gave him a “clean slate” and throughout the spring and summer he appeared to be taking advantage of it. Maybe in the end the Giants just decided that Apple wasn’t part of the long-term solution. One thing we know for sure is that Shurmur likes defensive backs with ball skills. Apple has one interception in 30 career games. Lippett had four in 2016 [url=http://www.newyorkgiantsteamonline.com/b.j.-hill-jersey]http://www.newyorkgiantsteamonline.com/b.j.-hill-jersey[/url] , his only full season with the Miami Dolphins.Odell Beckham Jr. vs. Josh NormanJust because. You know the history between these two. That always makes it worth paying attention when these two guys are on the field against each other. If and when the two are matched up against each other, you can probably expect the Giants to attack Norman. He’s 30 now, has given up completions 77.8 percent of the time when targeted — career high as a starter — and has already tied his career worst by giving up three touchdowns in coverage. The stats tell you he’s probably not the player he was two or three years ago.Oh, those negative plays!This is something we have been harping on here at Big Blue View, and will continue to do so. We can talk about the need for the Giants to make more big plays, which they did successfully against the Atlanta Falcons on Monday. If the Giants are ever going to play consistent offense, though, they have to eliminate the negative plays.The Giants have gone backwards on 78 of 475 potential snaps this season. That’s one every 6.08 snaps, of 16.4 percent. It breaks down like this:Offensive penalties — 27Quarterback sacks — 24Negative runs — 22Negative passes — 5Say what you want about Manning, but the most times he has ever been sacked in a season is 39. The only thing that is going to save him from surpassing that is a benching. At his current pace, Manning will be sacked 55 times. That’s criminal.The other thing that is criminal is being third-worst in the league in negative runs when you are handing the ball to a player as talented as Saquon Barkley.It doesn’t matter who is playing quarterback, running back, wide receiver or calling the plays. Until the Giants can do their jobs well enough to stop going backwards far too often they won’t be a good offense.Will Kyle Lauletta dress?For weeks now there have been calls from the fan base for rookie quarterback Kyle Lauletta to play. Lauletta, though, has yet to dress for a game. That figures to change eventually as the Giants prep to get an in-game look at the fourth-round pick from Richmond at some point between now and the end of the season. Could that be this Sunday?