Giants acquire Raiders TE Darren Waller in move Josh Jacobs doesn't seem to like
The Giants made a bold move, acquiring Raiders tight end Darren Waller in a trade.
However, not everyone seems to be happy about it. Running back Josh Jacobs voiced his displeasure on social media.
Waller is considered one of the best tight ends in the league, with his 1,196 receiving yards in 2020 being the second-most among tight ends.
The Giants hope he will be a major addition to their offense.
On the other hand, Jacobs seemed to be upset about losing a teammate and friend.
He tweeted, "This sh*t crazy!" and "What is going on?" Many Raiders fans shared Jacobs' sentiment and were disappointed to see Waller leave.
It remains to be seen how this trade will impact both teams in the long run.
The Giants could use Waller's skills to help turn around their offense, while the Raiders will need to find a new weapon for quarterback Derek Carr.
Overall, this trade highlights the unpredictable nature of the NFL offseason. Teams must make tough decisions in order to stay competitive, and sometimes those decisions aren't popular among players or fans.