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Biggest Questions New York Giants Must Answer over Draft Week
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Giants GM Jerry Reese, right, and co-owner John Mara have some questions to answer.

The New York Giants, who pick 12th in the 2014 NFL Draft, are not yet on the clock, but time is still ticking away. Now, just days away from the biggest offseason event in pro football, the Giants must find answers to a few lingering questions regarding their team and the fast-approaching draft.

The Giants are a team that finished just 7-9 in 2013, behind the Philadelphia Eagles and Dallas Cowboys in the NFC East. The losing season was New York's first since 2004, the year head coach Tom Coughlin and quarterback Eli Manning landed in town. The poor finish served as a wake-up call for a team that has been content toiling around a .500 winning percentage as of late, due to two recent Super Bowl victories.

In response, the Giants have enjoyed their most active offseason in quite some time. First, an old-guard offensive coaching staff was dismantled, as longtime offensive coordinator Kevin Gilbride was replaced with a fresh-faced Ben McAdoo from Green Bay. Then, a flurry of transactions on the open market left the Giants with 17 new free agents (and counting) to fight for roles in 2014. Now, New York is about to act on its highest draft position in 10 years' time.

Before then, the Giants must hammer out any last details concerning this year's draft.

This slideshow will highlight the four biggest questions New York must answer by the end of this week.

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