New York Giants Power Rankings: 5 Most Questionable Offseason Moves so Far

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New York Giants Power Rankings: 5 Most Questionable Offseason Moves so Far
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Giants GM Jerry Reese had an uneven offseason

The New York Giants offseason was built around signing Eli Manning’s top weapons—Victor Cruz and Hakeem Nicks—to long-term contracts, but that still hangs in the balance.

In the meantime, the Giants improved in the trenches on both sides of the ball.

Big Blue said goodbye to Osi Umenyiora and rebuilt a defensive line that recorded just 33 sacks last season. Newly-signed defensive tackle Cullen Jenkins should have an immediate impact in the run game.

The Giants offensive line returns virtually intact. First-round draft pick Justin Pugh moves to right tackle where he’ll anchor the run game for one of the NFL’s best offensive fronts. 

While the Giants have improved at the point of attack, there still remains plenty of questions about the team, especially on defense.

Here we’ll take a look at questionable moves that Giants general manager Jerry Reese made—or failed to make—this offseason.

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