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Ranking New York Giants' Top 5 Draft Needs
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Jerry Reese and John Mara will need to collaborate to address many needs in May's NFL draft.

The New York Giants must address a variety of areas in May’s draft, and all of them do not reside on an offense that ranked 28th in the NFL in 2013. The defense has its share of holes as well, particularly at linebacker and in the secondary.

The Giants must use their six selections to solve the issues at some, if not most, of these areas. The following slides will detail the five most critical units that need to be addressed, in order of importance.

One note before we get started. Where the Giants should, or will end up, drafting a player doesn’t dictate where they fall on this list. For instance, if linebacker ranks third and a position in the secondary is fourth, that doesn’t mean the Giants must address linebacker with a higher pick. Many factors decide when a position is addressed, including who is on the board and the depth of players available. Need is an important part of this equation, but it is definitely not always the deciding factor.

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