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The biggest reason (these were not in order, just like this one the most) the Giants will get better next year is Eli Manning has never had this many weapons. Just to see the sheer volume of weapons he'll have, I'm going break it down in list form.
Hakeem Nicks - Most underrated No. 1 wide receiver in the game. Sure handed, can make big plays, never afraid to go over the middle.
Victor Cruz - Best big play receiver in 2011 behind Calvin Johnson. Crazy good in the slot breaking down zone coverage, break away speed. Just tapping in to his potential.
Rueben Randle - Deceptively fast, home run threat on the outside, terrific in the red zone. Will be solid outside receiver that can allow Cruz to play the slot.
Martellus Bennett - Unlimited potential, great blocker, huge red zone target (6'7''). As athletically gifted as any tight end Eli has had (yes, even Jeremy Shockey). Only question is the attitude, but new surroundings could erase that.
Adrien Robinson - fourth rounder that could have been a second rounder if he was at a school that utilized the tight end. Relishes his blocking role, athletic freak of nature (6'4'', 267 lbs with 4.5 speed), and good hands.
Domenik Hixon and Jerrel Jernigan battling it out for the fourth wide receiver spot, the Giants have too many good receivers which is a fantastic problem to have.
You could argue the Giants had a bevy of weapons in 2010 (Nicks, Steve Smith, Manningham, Kevin Boss), but I think by the end of this season we will be in awe of how good these weapons are.