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    And Youth Phil Simms Jerseys , how will they do it now?" />Skip to main contentclockmenumore-arrownoyesHorizontal - WhiteBig Blue Viewa New York Giants communityLog In or Sign UpLog InSign UpFanpostsFanshotsSectionsLibraryGiantsOddsAboutMa stheadCommunity GuidelinesStubHubMoreAll 322 blogs on Horizontal - WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections New York Giants NewsGiants Training Camp 2016Giants vs. Eagles 2015, Week 17Filed under:New York Giants NewsWhy haven’t the Giants addressed right tackle yet?New,246commentsAnd, how will they do it now?EDTShareTweetShareShareWhy haven’t the Giants addressed right tackle yet?Mike RemmersGreg M. Cooper-USA TODAY SportsThe obvious hole in the New York Giants’ offseason to date is that they have yet to make an aggressive move to upgrade the right tackle spot, where Ereck Flowers played himself out of town and Chad Wheeler graded as one of the league’s worst players at the position.Scott Wright of Draft Countdown brought that up this week on the ‘Valentine’s Views’ podcast. Matt Williamson hit on that point in assessing the Giants’ draft class. Yours truly also touched on it in reviewing the draft.It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure out that’s one area the Giants would like to address, but have as of yet been unable to find a match. It’s just not possible to sign or draft everybody that you would like to have.Let’s take a step back and assess what has happened that left the Giants so far unable to fill that hole, and what they can still do about it.The draftThe biggest reality when it comes to right tackle is that the Giants’ first-round decisions made it virtually impossible for them to land a plug and play right tackle on the first two days of the draft.Andre Dillard (22nd, Philadelphia Eagles) and Tytus Howard (23rd, Houston Texans) were there when the Giants took defensive tackle Dexter Lawrence at No. 17. Had the Giants not taken Lawrence there, perhaps edge Montez Sweat (26th, Washington Redskins) was still more likely.Trading up to get Deandre Baker 30th overall cost the Giants their 37th overall pick, a fourth-round pick (132nd) and a fifth-round pick (142nd). For a minute, let’s consider right tackle candidates at those spots, and at 95 (where the Giants selected edge rusher Oshane Ximines) and 109 (cornerback Julian Love).The Giants could have traded up to No. 30 for Kaleb McGary or Jawaan Taylor, but made the move for the player they thought was the draft’s best cornerback. On a defense where man coverage skills are critical that’s hard to argue with.At 37, the Carolina Panthers (who got the pick from Seattle) took offensive tackle Greg Little.Maybe the Giants would have taken Little. Maybe not. At 95, they left offensive tackles Bobby Evans and Yodny Cajuste on the board to take Ximines. Considering that many wonder if they did enough to directly help their pass rush, hard to fault them taking one of the last true pass rushers available at that point.At 108, the Giants took Love, who GM Dave Gettleman said was “sticking out like a sore thumb” on the team’s board.At that point, Gettleman said he felt like the “value was pretty much wiped out” at offensive tackle.Want evidence of that? Cajuste was taken with the 101st pick by the New England Patriots. The next offensive tackle off the board was David Edwards of Wisconsin 68 picks later. He went 169th to the Los Angeles Rams, two picks before the Giants took wide receiver Darius Slayton. Sure, the Giants could have traded up. But, they chose not to. They chose a wide receiver with 4.3 speed Gettleman said can “flat fly.” The GM compared Slayton to DeSean Jackson and Ted Ginn, saying he can “take the top off the coverage.”In the end, they made a choice. They valued Baker and defense, with the picks they surrendered pretty much taking them out of the tackle market.George Asafo-Adjei of Kentucky, taken in Round 7, is probably a developmental player and not one the Giants would want to rely on as a full-time starter in 2019.So, what’s the answer?We have talked about this before, but that is probably going to be signing veteran Mike Remmers as a stop-gap solution next to Kevin Zeitler.Remmers, formerly with the Carolina Panthers and Minnesota Vikings, is familiar to Gettleman and coach Pat Shurmur. He visited with the Giants early in free agency, and Gettleman acknowledged the team is still monitoring him.“Well, he’s still rehabbing [from back surgery], and we’re continuing to talk with him, so we’ll see,” Gettleman said. “Going to bring him in and take another look eventually.”The Giants may wait to sign Remmers until he can pass a physical. If it isn’t Remmers, you have to believe the Giants will continue to monitor rosters around the league all the way up to Week 1 of the season to see who becomes available. NEW YORK (AP) — In a voting tabulation story about the 2018 All-Pro team, The Associated Press reported erroneously that Tyreek Hill of Kansas City received 6 votes for special teamer. Taysom Hill of New Orleans received those votes.A corrected version of the story is below:2018 AP All-Pro Team Voting2018 AP All-Pro Team VotingNEW YORK (AP) — Results of The Associated Press 2018 NFL All-Pro balloting selected by a national panel of 50 media members:OFFENSEQuarterbackPatrick Mahomes, Kansas City, 45; Drew Brees, New Orleans, 5.Running BacksTodd Gurley, Los Angeles Rams, 25; Ezekiel Elliott, Dallas, 15; Saquon Barkley, New York Giants, 9; Christian McCaffrey, Carolina, 1.Tight EndTravis Kelce, Kansas City, 21; George Kittle, San Francisco, 18½; Zach Ertz, Philadelphia, 10½.Wide ReceiversDeAndre Hopkins, Houston, 46; Michael Thomas, New Orleans, 21; Julio Jones, Atlanta, 17; Tyreek Hill, Kansas City, 6; Davante Adams, Green Bay, 4; Antonio Brown, Pittsburgh, 2; Adam Thielen, Minnesota, 2; Mike Evans, Tampa Bay, 1; JuJu Smith-Schuster, Pittsburgh, 1.FlexTyreek Hill, Kansas City, 22; Christian McCaffrey, Carolina, 8; Saquon Barkley, New York Giants, 6; Todd Gurley, Los Angeles Rams, 4; Alvin Kamara Phil Simms Jerseys Stitched , New Orleans, 2; DeAndre Hopkins, Houston, 2; Michael Thomas, New Orleans, 2; Ezekiel Elliott, Dallas, 2; Brandin Cooks, Los Angeles Rams, 1; Kyle Juszczyk, San Francisco, 1.CenterJason Kelce, Philadelphia, 28; Maurkice Pouncey, Pittsburgh, 10; Cody Whitehair Chicago, 3; Max Unger, New Orleans, 3; Mike Pouncey, Los Angeles Chargers, 2; Alex Mack, Atlanta, 2; Rodney Hudson, Oakland, 2.Left TackleDavid Bakhtiari, Green Bay, 19; Terron Armstead, New Orleans, 7; Duane Brown, Seattle, 7; Andrew Whitworth, Los Angeles Rams, 6; Taylor Lewan, Tennessee, 4; Tyron Smith, Dallas, 4; Ronnie Stanley, Baltimore, 2; Alejandro Villanueva, Pittsburgh, 1.Left GuardsQuenton Nelson, Indianapolis, 31; Joel Bitonio, Cleveland, 12; Rodger Saffold, Los Angeles Rams, 2; Joe Thuney, New England, 2; David DeCastro, Pittsburgh, 2; Andrus Peat, New Orleans, 1.Right TackleMitchell Schwartz, Kansas City, 26; Ryan Ramczyk, New Orleans, 16; Lane Johnson, Philadelphia, 5; Rob Havenstein, Los Angeles Rams, 3.Right GuardZack Martin, Dallas, 23; Marshal Yanda, Baltimore, 14; David DeCastro, Pittsburgh, 7; Shaq Mason, New England, 4; Brandon Brooks, Philadelphia, 2.DEFENSEEdge RushersKhalil Mack, Chicago, 43; J.J. Watt, Houston, 32; Von Miller, Denver, 12; Cameron Jordan, New Orleans, 3; Danielle Hunter, Minnesota, 3; Myles Garrett, Cleveland, 3; Demarcus Lawrence, Dallas Youth Doug Kotar Jerseys , 2; Dee Ford, Kansas City, 1; Jadeveon Clowney, Houston, 1.Interior LinemenAaron Donald, Los Angeles Rams, 50; Fletcher Cox, Philadelphia, 19; Chris Jones, Kansas City, 14; J.J. Watt, Houston, 10; Akiem Hicks, Chicago, 4; DeForest Buckner, San Francisco, 2, Jurrell Casey, Tennessee, 1.LinebackersBobby Wagner, Seattle, 49; Luke Kuechly, Carolina, 33; Darius Leonard, Indianapolis, 31; Leighton Vander Esch, Dallas, 13; Von Miller, Denver, 7; C.J. Mosley, Baltimore, 6; Khalil Mack, Chicago, 4; Jaylon Smith, Dallas, 2; Danny Trevathan, Chicago, 1; Anthony Barr, Minnesota, 1; Bernardrick McKinney, Houston, 1; Eric Kendricks, Minnesota, 1; Roquan Smith, Chicago, 1.CornerbacksKyle Fuller, Chicago, 27; Stephon Gilmore, New England, 26; Byron Jones, Dallas, 17; Xavien Howard, Miami, 12; Patrick Peterson, Arizona, 9; Jalen Ramsey, Jacksonville, 4; Marshon Lattimore, New Orleans, 3; Desmond King, Los Angeles Chargers, 2.SafetiesEddie Jackson, Chicago, 37; Derwin James, Los Angeles Chargers, 27; Jamal Adams, New York Jets, 24; Harrison Smith, Minnesota, 6; Kevin Byard, Tennessee, 3; Eric Weddle, Baltimore, 2; Malcolm Jenkins, Philadelphia, 1.Defensive BackDesmond King, Los Angeles Chargers, 16; Derwin James, Los Angeles Chargers, 5; Chris Harris Jr., Denver, 4; Bryce Callahan, Chicago, 4; Eddie Jackson Doug Kotar Jerseys Stitched , Chicago, 3; Byron Jones, Dallas, 3; Kareem Jackson, Houston, 3; Kyle Fuller, Chicago, 2; Minkah Fitzpatrick, Miami, 2; Jamal Adams, New York Jets, 2; Tyrann Mathieu, Houston, 2; Jaire Alexander, Green Bay, 1; Stephon Gilmore, New England, 1; Kevin Byard, Tennessee, 1; Jalen Ramsey, Jacksonville, 1.SPECIAL TEAMSPlacekickerJustin Tucker, Baltimore, 23; Aldrick Rosas, New York Giants, 14; Robbie Gould, San Francisco, 6; Jason Myers, New York Jets, 4; Wil Lutz, New Orleans, 2; Ka’imi Fairbairn, Houston, 1.PunterMichael Dickson, Seattle, 18; Johnny Hekker, Los Angeles Rams, 10; Brett Kern, Tennessee, 9; Thomas Morstead, New Orleans, 5; Andy Lee, Arizona, 5; Tress Way, Washington, 3.Kick ReturnerAndre Roberts, New York Jets, 45; Cordarrelle Patterson, New England, 2; Desmond King, Los Angeles Chargers, 1; Alex Erickson, Cincinnati, 1; Darius Jennings, Tennessee, 1.Punt ReturnerTarik Cohen, Chicago, 19; Desmond King, Los Angeles Chargers, 12; Andre Roberts, New York Jets, 11; Dwayne Harris, Oakland, 6, Jakeem Grant, Miami, 2.Special TeamerAdrian Phillips, Los Angeles Chargers, 16; Cory Littleton, Los Angeles Rams, 15; Taysom Hill, New Orleans, 6; Dwayne Harris, Oakland, 6; Matthew Slater, New England, 4; Albert McClellan, New England, 1; Johnson Bademosi, Houston, 1; Kevin Pierre-Louis, New York Jets, 1.

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