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of our recently updated mock drafts"WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections New York Giants NewsGiants Training Camp 2016Giants vs. Eagles 2015 Julian Love Jersey Boys , Week 17New York Giants News2019 NFL DraftMock Draft Tracker: Opinion beginning to tilt away from Dwayne Haskins at No. 6 for GiantsNew,220commentsOhio State QB is choice in less than half of our recently updated mock draftsEDTShareTweetShareShareMock Draft Tracker: Opinion beginning to tilt away from Dwayne Haskins at No. 6 for GiantsDwayne HaskinsTrevor Ruszkowski-USA TODAY SportsSolving the riddle of what the New York Giants will do in the 2019 NFL Draft isn’t easy. The Giants talk — a lot — about wanting to get a successor in place to learn behind Eli Manning. Coach Pat Shurmur said Tuesday he would like that “sooner than later.” Yet, they also talk about assessing value, having other needs across the roster, and not reaching for a quarterback.All of that leads to a growing belief that the Giants will not take a quarterback with their first pick in the draft, which is sixth overall. This line of thinking proffers the theory that the Giants could use their second first-round pick, 17th, or their second-round pick (37th) on a quarterback.Mock drafts are perhaps beginning to reflect this. Our current mock draft tracker, showing 29 mocks updated since the Giants traded Odell Beckham Jr. to the Cleveland Browns, shows 14 mocks giving the Giants Dwayne Haskins at No. 6. That’s 48.3 percent, down from 62 percent in our last tracker update, still a significant number but dipping under 50 percent for the first time since we started tracking mocks in this cycle.The 17th pick is interesting. In our tracker, 19 different selections were made at No. 17 in our 29 mocks. Duke quarterback Daniel Jones, Oklahoma right tackle Cody Ford and Clemson defensive end Clelin Ferrell all were mocked to the Giants three times with that pick.The complete tracker is below.2019 Mock Draft TrackerDateMockPick 1 (No. 6)Pick 2 (No. 17)Pick 3 DateMockPick 1 (No. 6)Pick 2 (No. 17)Pick 3 No. 6 — Dwayne Haskins, QB, Ohio State (14); Rashan Gary, DE, Michigan (5); Montez Sweat, Edge, Mississippi State (4); Jawaan Taylor, OT, Florida (2); Christian Wilkins, DL, Clemson; Quinnen Williams Infant Julian Love Jersey , DL, Alabama; D.K. Metcalf, WR; Mississippi; Devin White, LB, LSUNo. 17 — Daniel Jones, QB, Duke (3); Clelin Ferrell, De, Clemson (3); Cody Ford, RT, Oklahoma (3); Christian Wilkins, DL, Clemson (2); Andre Dillard, OT, Washington State (2); Brian Burns, Edge, Florida State (2), Jonah Williams, OT, Alabama (2); Devin Bush, LB, Michigan; Charles Omenihu, Edge, Texas; Greedy Williams Julian Love Jersey Draft , CB, LSU; N’Keal Harry, WR, Arizona State; DeAndre Baker, CB, Georgia; D.K. Metcalf, WR, Ole Miss; Hakeem Butler, WR, Iowa State; Drew Lock, QB, Missouri; Greg Little, OT, Ole Miss; Dexter Lawrence, DT, Clemson; Jawaan Taylor, OT, Florida; Jeffrey Simmons, DL, Mississippi State Sunday’s 17-0 loss to the Tennessee Titans was, obviously, a poor effort all the way around by the New York Giants. They were dominated from start to finish by the Titans, and fortunate that Tennessee only scored 17 points while pretty much having their way on both sides of the line of scrimmage. Let’s assess the carnage in our traditional “Kudos & Wet Willies” review.Kudos to ...Evan Engram — With Odell Beckham Jr. missing a second straight game the Giants needed to make Engram a focal point of the passing attack, and the second-year tight end responded with a nice game. Engram had eight catches in 12 targets for 75 yards Julian Love NFL Jersey , much of that yardage coming after the catch.Engram could have had a bigger game if not for a couple of missed throws by Eli Manning. Engram was the target on well designed screen pass Manning overthrew. The quarterback also missed an open Engram in the end zone for what could have been a late-game touchdown.Riley Dixon’s improv — The Giants’ punter made lemonade out of lemons near the end of the first half. On fourth-and-10 from the Giants’ 41-yard line with :26 left in the half Dixon bobbled a punt snap. Recognizing at that point that everyone on both teams had turned to run upfield, he ran 14 yards for a first down at the Tennessee 45. The Giants, though, couldn’t turn that opportunity into any points.Pat Shurmur’s first challenge — The Giants’ coach challenged after Ukeme Ilegwe appeared to mess up when trying to down a punt. After grabbing the ball inside the 10-yard line it looked like Ilegwe was just going to run into the end zone. Antonio Hamilton tried to stop him and the ball squirted out for an apparent touchback. Shurmur challenged on the basis that Ilegwe had possession of the ball and two feet down before losing the ball, and replay proved him correct. That saved the Giants 11 yards, and taught at least one writer a rule he didn’t know.Wet Willies to ...Run defense — Derrick Henry ran 33 times for 170 yards (5.2 yards per carry) and two touchdowns. As a team, the Titans ran 45 times for 215 yards. The Giants didn’t hold up well at the line of scrimmage and didn’t tackle well when they had the chance. Basically, they got run over.“I don’t think we tackled well. We weren’t physical enough, and the results were what they were,” was the summation of defensive lineman Josh Mauro.He was absolutely right.Offensive line — Just like the defense, the Giants’ offensive line got manhandled by the Tennessee defense. The Giants couldn’t open holes for Saquon Barkley. They couldn’t protect Eli Manning. They couldn’t figure out where the Titans were coming from much of the time, and seemingly couldn’t slow them down even when they did. This game was a reminder that the line, while improved from where it was earlier in the season, isn’t yet a finished product.Eli Manning — This was a Bad Eli game. With no Odell Beckham Jr., no running game, not enough protection and not enough help from receivers who had a hard time hanging on to passes in the wind, cold and driving rain at MetLife Stadium, Manning had a miserable day. He threw a bad interception that cost the Giants a third quarter scoring opportunity. He tried to do too much under pressure and fumbled inside his own 20-yard line, setting up Tennessee’s second touchdown. He missed the aforementioned throws to Engram, and probably a couple of others.