What to Expect from Each New York Giants Starter in 2013-14

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What to Expect from Each New York Giants Starter in 2013-14
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Tom Coughlin and Eli Manning provide New York with much-needed stability.

Nearly a week away from their 2013-14 season opener in Dallas, the New York Giants are as unpredictable as ever. Questions loom regarding New York's ability to replace stalwarts such as Ahmad Bradshaw, Osi Umenyiora and Kenny Phillips. 

The roster turnover executed by general manager Jerry Reese will ultimately decide the Giants' fate this season.

Turbulent is the only way to describe the state of affairs for Tom Coughlin's team at the moment. That distinction fittingly rests on the shoulders of New York's players who could just as easily win the Super Bowl on their home turf in 2013 or finish last in their division. Your guess is as good as mine.

Each of the Giants' 22 starters on offense and defense face challenges in their quest to elevate their team back to the playoffs this fall.

The expectations bestowed upon these players are based on their overall quality and ability to improve over their careers. Here is a look at how all 22 New York Giants starters will fare in 2013-14.

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