The New York Giants have several key questions that must be answered leading up to the NFL draft on April 25. While teams put most of their focus on collegiate prospects this time of year, there is an underlying importance to the process of evaluating your own players under contract.
An absence of salary-cap resources handcuffed general manager Jerry Reese from addressing all of New York's needs during free agency.
This year's draft will be an important one for the Giants. Tom Coughlin's team has managed to win 10 games just once in the past four years, despite winning a Super Bowl in that span. With several key veterans on their way out of town, Big Blue will look to transition in a positive direction with some new (and younger) faces.
The NFL draft has always been a hallmark of success for Jerry Reese.
The foundation for winning football teams is often built within the walls of Radio City Music Hall. Before that process can take place, however, teams must evaluate where their weaknesses are, and which players are capable of improving that weakness. Here is a look at the biggest questions facing the New York Giants as we near the start of the 2013 NFL draft.