When you look at the problems ailing the New York Giants' defensive scheme, it's hard to pinpoint exactly where things went wrong. But, with some solid safeties and cornerbacks available in the first few rounds of the 2013 NFL Draft, the secondary may be a good place to start.
Corner backs are always a hot commodity come draft day, and it's a little hard to gauge who will be available by the time the Giants pick at No.19. And as far as safeties go, the difficulty comes with deciding who really is the best available (after one or two obvious choices).
With that though, the Giants do need improvement in the defensive back area no matter who they choose. The main debate will revolve around whether to go for one in the first round, the second round, or even both.
Here are five ideal draft picks that could supply short and long-term answers for many of the defensive woes the Giants faced this past season.