New York Giants: A Unit-by-Unit Rundown of the Depth Situation

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New York Giants: A Unit-by-Unit Rundown of the Depth Situation
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The upcoming renovation of the New York Giants roster is probably the most extensive one that Jerry Reese has had to undertake since assuming his general manager role in 2007—and with good reason.

After finishing with 9-7 records in 2011 and 2012—the 2011 season yielding a Super Bowl championship—the Giants dipped to 7-9 in 2013, their first losing season under Reese and their second under head coach Tom Coughlin since 2004.

Last season, age and injury appeared to have caught up with the Giants, especially on offense. All of that, combined with some underwhelming performances by key players thought to be part of the franchise’s core will result in the Giants roster having a much different look in 2014.

Here is a rundown of where each unit stands and the potential direction the team could be taking to improve in each area.

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