Super Bowl Champs: 5 Moves the Giants Need to Make to Repeat

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Super Bowl Champs: 5 Moves the Giants Need to Make to Repeat
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The New York Giants completed yet another improbable run this past Sunday against the New England Patriots, capturing their second Super Bowl title in the past five seasons.

After knocking off the Atlanta Falcons, Green Bay Packers, San Francisco 49ers and Patriots, the Giants became the first nine-win team to win the Super Bowl since the NFL expanded to a 16-game season in 1978.

By no means were the Giants dominant in the regular season—well, at least for the first 15 weeks. The Giants started a torrid stretch during Week 16's game against the Jets and didn't look back on their way to the top.

The Giants willed their way to victory on Sunday behind the strong play of Eli Manning and the punishing play of the entire defense.

With a 9-7 record during the regular season, the Giants clearly have room to improve during this offseason. Already considered a "weak team" by many (I can only laugh at people who say such absurdities), there is no arguing that the Giants could upgrade a few positions during free agency.

If the Giants want to improve their chances of repeating next season in Super Bowl XLVII, they should look into upgrading these positions.

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