When Eli Manning heaves it up in 2014, who will be on the other end hauling it in?
Probably one of the 11 wide receivers on this list.
The New York Giants featured a floundering passing game a season ago, with 27 of Manning's passes being intercepted and only 18 going for touchdowns. That ratio must be flipped in 2014 if the Giants want to improve upon the 7-9 record they posted last fall.
This positional breakdown will be a little different than the quarterback and running back breakdowns published in the previous weeks. Instead of starting at the top of the depth chart, we will begin at the bottom of the pecking order and work our way up to New York's premier pass-catcher.
This slideshow will offer a complete breakdown of the Giants' wide receiver positional unit heading into training camp.