Ranking the 7 Biggest Upgrades Made by the New York Giants This Offseason

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Ranking the 7 Biggest Upgrades Made by the New York Giants This Offseason
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Following a 7-9 season, the New York Giants had little choice but to turn over the majority of their roster if they were to have any chance of avoiding a second straight season finishing at or under .500.

So they did something they really haven’t done much of since 2004, which was head coach Tom Coughlin’s first season.

The Giants went on a massive spending spree, which included what Ebenezer Samuel of the New York Daily News estimated to be more than $100 million in total contracts on new players on both sides of the ball.

This one-time spending spree, which team co-owner John Mara told Samuel is not going to be the norm in future offseasons, has yielded several players who, at least in the early part of training camp, look to be key components for the team going forward.

Here’s a look at the seven biggest upgrades made by the Giants, in descending order of potential impact.

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