The good news, though, is that Giants fans, and the media alike, can discuss and predict what will happen this upcoming offseason while the 2013 regular season is still being completed.
That’s right, hot stove football has begun early in New York, and there is a lot to talk about. With the Giants likely headed toward their first losing season since 2004, changes will need to be made on both offense and defense if this team wants to transform into a Super Bowl contender by next season. Also, the coaching staff deserves to be critiqued as well, and a change among this group is certainly likely.
However, blowing up the team is not the answer, either. Some players have performed well in 2013, and their continued employment with Big Blue next season is necessary for a successful 2014 campaign.
Who needs to be re-signed, and which players and coaches must be let go? How should the Giants use free agency and the draft to improve the 53-man roster?
Here are seven moves they must make that will answer these questions to ensure that the Giants aren’t playing out the string next December.