The Giants' stunning victory over the 15-1 Green Bay Packers illustrated a few key aspects of professional football: first, the unbridled unpredictability that electrifies fans week in and week out; and second, the importance of building a team through the NFL Draft.
Former first-round selections Hakeem Nicks and Eli Manning torched the Green Bay secondary, second-round pick Osi Umenyiora tallied two sacks, and even seventh-round draftee Ahmad Bradshaw averaged 5.3 yards per carry.
Following Sunday's definitive win at Lambeau Field, Big Blue has asserted its status as a member of the NFL's elite. However, every team in the league has undeniable weaknesses, and the Giants are no exception.
While their position in the draft continues to plummet with each playoff upset, the G-Men can still capitalize on a promising 2012 rookie class and add a few players who can exert an immediate impact on the field. It's still early, but here's a look at what the Giants can do through the draft to improve their team even further.