New York Giants assessment: Much need for improvement

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My assessment of the New York Giants

After displaying that, I personally feel the Giants BEST spots are:

Running Back, guard, and tight end. I don’t feel that these positions need to be addressed in the off-season.

Positions that are solid but could possibly use help:

The Defensive Line overall, is good. Wide Receiver is solid but we need a #1. The starters at Safety are pretty good but the backups are a BIG drop off. Same with the Corner Back position, good starters, no backup help. At Offensive Tackle there is one decent starter, one (hopefully star) rookie, and bad backups

The positions that NEEDED to be addressed this off-season:

Center — just terrible!

Linebacker — No standouts, not even sure if anyone is a solid starter. One decent backup, 2 OK backups.

Tune in for Part 2 of the New York Giants off-season as I lay out the different routes that the Giants could’ve taken in the draft and make my suggestions as to the first-round picks that could’ve been made.