2010 NFL Draft: New York Giants’ Team Needs

February 17, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The New York Giants have gone from being Super Bowl darlings to an epic collapse—as they began the season at 5-0 in 2009, only to finish at 8-8.
Despite fairing solid overall on offense, there was still a lack of a consistency—most notably in what used to be their specialty: the rush attack.
Brandon Jacobs "came out with it" and said he dealt with a nagging injury all season—but under 1,000 yards and a 3.4 yards-per-carry average still isn't acceptable.
Despite their free fall from being a supposed elite team, the Giants still aren't far away from getting right back to where they're "supposed" to be.
Read on for a look at their major needs, as well as some suggestions as to how April might cure them.
Biggest Needs: OT, OG, QB, TE
Even if you look into the issues with the running game—more than Jacobs and Ahmad Bradshaw being banged up for most of the season—the depth there is still good enough to nix any t...

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