The Giants are going to look different in 2014.
Justin Tuck, Hakeem Nicks and Linval Joseph are all gone and the team signed a slew of free agents, including Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, Rashad Jennings and Geoff Schwartz, to address some of the trouble spots that contributed to their 7-9 finish in 2013. Those additions didn’t fill all of the holes, though, and the Giants have some work to do in the draft if that different look is going to be a better one.
The offense that owner John Mara called broken needs help at tight end and wide receiver, to say nothing of lingering questions about Eli Manning’s protection. The once-fearsome pass rush stalled last season and the departure of Tuck and Joseph leaves the team thin on the defensive line.
We’ve broken down all those needs in our draft preview of the Giants. Check it out here and let us know what you think the Giants’ top priority should be come draft day.