The 7 Best and Worst Moves of New York Giants' 2013 Offseason

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The 7 Best and Worst Moves of New York Giants' 2013 Offseason
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The 2013 offseason has been an active one for the New York Giants.

The G-Men cut important franchise players like Ahmad Bradshaw and Chris Canty and made a slew of new acquisitions from division rivals, including Dan Connor, Cullen Jenkins and Mike Patterson.

After missing out on the postseason one year after winning the Super Bowl, New York put together a strong draft in hopes of building a contender of the future.

That said, we're going to analyze the best and worst moves of the Giants' 2013 offseason.

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