Offseason Outlook: New York Giants

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Feb 23, 2013; Indianapolis, IN, USA; New York Giants general manager

Jerry Reese

speaks at a press conference during the 2013 NFL Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium. Credit: Pat Lovell-USA TODAY Sports

Now that the 2014-15 NFL season has officially come to an end, there will be much question among fans about what each team can do to improve for this upcoming season. Any change in roster will come from the NFL Draft and free agency, and I will analyze what the New York Giants can do to be a Super Bowl contender next season.

This slideshow will focus on the areas of need that general manager Jerry Reese MUST address in order for the Giants to get better and become an elite team next season. A good draft and smart free agent signings can create a formidable roster and would make the Giants a serious threat in the NFC.

The Giants must upgrade talent at the offensive line, defensive line, safety, and wide receiver positions. While we cannot account for specific injuries at this point, it is always good to have insurance on some other key positions as well.

It’s only the week after SuperBowl XLIX, and once roster cuts and the Draft Combine arrive, there can be many new players available and current players whose stock has risen/fallen.

Let’s begin to break down the offseason, starting with the offensive line.

Next: Offensive Line Targets