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Conventional wisdom says that Corey Webster and Prince Amukamara will man the two starting corner spots in Week 1, but anything can happen between now and Sept. 8.
If you would have told me toward the end of the 2012 season that Webster could potentially be a starter in New York in the 2013 season, I probably would have laughed in your face, but because the Giants didn't address the corner spot in the draft, I think Webster gets the start.
Barring injury during training camp or preseason—which is always a possibility with him—I think Amukamara wins the other starting job, as he may emerge as New York's best cover corner this season.
Don't forget, the Giants have Terrell Thomas coming back from a third ACL tear, Aaron Ross re-signing from the Jacksonville Jaguars and Jayron Hosley coming back for his second season in the NFL.
Webster really struggled down the stretch last season, and it wouldn't surprise me if he was benched in favor of Thomas, Ross or Hosley at some point in the season.
Ultimately, if Thomas can stay healthy, he'll emerge as a huge playmaker and potential starter for the G-Men, as his 2009 and 2010 seasons were memorable ones for Big Blue.
Projected Winners: Corey Webster and Prince Amukamara