Was New York Giants’ Draft Enough to Make Them Super Bowl Contenders Again?

May 5, 2015   ·     ·   Jump to comments

For a team with an aging quarterback that has seen its win total drop in back-to-back losing seasons, the New York Giants entered the 2015 offseason with a lot of hope. 
It had to do with the fact quarterback Eli Manning was coming off a rebound season in new offensive coordinator Ben McAdoo's QB-friendly system. But more importantly, they found out in 2014 that they have one of the NFL's most dangerous weapons in Offensive Rookie of the Year Odell Beckham Jr. 
But Manning is 34, and the league's oldest head coach, Tom Coughlin, may be approaching the end of the road. As a result, the Giants' window is open only a crack. This is a team with the right pieces in place to make another Super Bowl run, but it was imperative that the G-Men have a strong offseason. 
This, after all, was a six-win team that ranked in the bottom 10 in football in terms of points allowed, yards allowed and turnovers. 
“We need to be a playoff team in 2015,...

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