Mapping out a Blueprint for a New York Giants Super Bowl Run in 2013-2014

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Mapping out a Blueprint for a New York Giants Super Bowl Run in 2013-2014
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The New York Giants hit the offseason hard this year, crashing down to Earth from their dreamy defense of the previous season’s Super Bowl championship.  If the Giants want to return to the big stage in 2013-2014, then they’ll have plenty of work to do.

With a 9-7 record, the Giants were only a slightly above average squad in 2012.  The underachievers may have been only a game away from claiming the NFC East crown, but realistically, they were a middle of the pack team that failed to catch fire when it mattered most.

There are plenty of potential moves to be made in the offseason—signing a proven free agent linebacker, drafting a brick wall offensive lineman—that may help New York win a few games next year.  However, in simplest terms, the Giants need to become a better team in 2013.  Click through the slideshow to find out how they’ll do it.

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