Offseason Power Rankings for Every Player on New York Giants Roster

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Offseason Power Rankings for Every Player on New York Giants Roster
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Will Eli Manning grab the top spot in the rankings as the best player on the Giants?

Now is a perfect time in the offseason to power rank the players on the New York Giants.

While there may be a few tweaks to come, the roster Big Blue will bring into training camp is pretty much intact. In addition, with OTAs in full swing, the start of the 2013 season doesn't seem that far away anymore.

The following slides rank 60 players on the Giants roster. Most, if not all, of this group will make up the Giants 53-man roster and practice squad when the season kicks off Sept. 8 in Dallas against the Cowboys.

The players are ranked not solely on their 2012 performance but also on the importance of their position, injury history/concerns and potential. For example, Hakeem Nicks' performance suffered last season due to leg injuries. He still gets ranked high on this list, however, because of his potential to have a bounce-back year in 2013 and his importance as a weapon in the Giants' potent passing attack. His ranking still suffers slightly, though, due to the fact he missed three games in 2012 and his tendency to get injured.

Will Nicks still crack the top five? Is Eli Manning destined to grab the top spot? Who will be the top-ranked running back—David Wilson or Andre Brown? Click through the following slides to find out.

All advanced stats courtesy of Pro Football Focus (subscription required).

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