It's draft season. There's nothing like it.
The NFL draft fosters a unique sense of rebirth in professional football. All 32 teams, from the champion Baltimore Ravens to the lowly Jacksonville Jaguars, have a shot at completely changing their cultures with one shiny new prospect.
The Giants could use that shiny new prospect in a few places. While it's safe to say New York won't be snagging a quarterback or a wideout in the first round of the draft, there are a few weak spots that could be satisfied by general manager Jerry Reese in two weekends.