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Will Hakeem Nicks' foot be ready for Week 1, and will it hinder him during the season?
According to Ohm Youngmisuk of ESPN New York, Hakeem Nicks is on pace to start in the season opener against the Cowboys.
As for if the injury will be a problem during the season, that's obviously something I can't predict since I'm not a sorcerer, but Giants fans know Nicks and the Giants' staff will do everything in their power to make sure he remains healthy and productive on the field.
Will Victor Cruz mirror his 2011 campaign, or will he fall prey to the sophomore slump?
It will be extremely difficult for Victor Cruz to put together a season like he did in 2011, but still, I can't see him having a down season either.
Per my recent predictions, I have Cruz's numbers going down but not significantly.
Opposing defenses are going to be more keen on stopping Cruz, but they still have to worry about Nicks and the rest of the Giants offense.
Can the rookie fill the shoes of Mario Manningham and earn the No. 3 WR position?
Tom Coughlin and the Giants have been pleased with the play of second-round pick Rueben Randle (via ESPN), and there has been a lot of chatter about the rookie seeing significant playing time this season.
Randle will have his hands full with competition, as there are a number of other wideouts looking to shine and earn that third wide receiver spot.
It's going to come down to who looks the best during the preseason games, which start this Friday for the G-Men.
Will this finally be the year that Ramses Barden proves his worth, or will he turn out to be a total bust?
Tom Coughlin made it known that the time is now for Ramses Barden (via ESPN), who has been a disappointment since being drafted.
The 6'6" wideout should be an easy red zone target, yet he has just 15 receptions and zero touchdowns in three seasons with New York.
If Barden doesn't make his mark this season, I think it's time to move on.
Can Domenik Hixon prove that a player can come back from two ACL injuries and still have success?
Domenik Hixon has never been a great NFL player, but he has proven that he can be a good wideout for the Giants, and you've got to root for a guy who has dealt with so many injuries in his career.
I think a successful season for Hixon would be playing in all 16 games and putting up similar stats to those of 2008 when he caught 43 balls for 596 yards and two touchdowns.
Will Jerrell Jernigan be returning kicks for the G-Men in 2012?
According to ESPN New York's Ohm Youngmisuk's unofficial depth chart, Jernigan will be returning both punts and kick offs for Big Blue this coming season.
Jernigan also has a great opportunity to snag the No. 3 wideout spot as well, as Jernigan has also impressed during training camp.