Three Division Rivals the Giants Should Target in Free Agency

After the initial rush of free agency the Giants should consider poaching a few of their division rivals former players.

New York Giants head coach Brian Daboll, center, talks to general manager Joe Schoen, left, during
New York Giants head coach Brian Daboll, center, talks to general manager Joe Schoen, left, during / Danielle Parhizkaran/NorthJersey.com /
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The past few days have been relatively quiet for the New York Giants after the excitement early on in free agency. The team has added some low-cost weapons for Daniel Jones in Isaiah McKenzie from the Colts and Jack Stoll from the rival Eagles. New York's three division rivals currently have several intriguing free agents that would fill some of the Giants' holes. The team should strongly consider dealing blows to their opponents while getting better.

3. Boston Scott - Running Back

No opposing back has dealt as much pain to Giants fans on a yearly basis as much as Boston Scott has during his time in Philadelphia. The veteran back has dominated the Giants. In ten games, he's rushed for 422 yards and ten touchdowns against the Giants.

After allowing Saquon Barkley to leave for Philadelphia, the Giants will need to replace Barkley's production as a receiver as he ranked fifth on the Giants in receiving yards. In the past few seasons, Scott has taken a back seat however he's also been a productive back as a receiver during his time in the NFL. The Giants will need to add an affordable running back to replace some of the production of Barkley while also contributing as a blocker. Coming off of a career low in terms of production Scott will be a cost-friendly option for the Giants running back issue.