Grading the New York Giants' Draft Pics

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Grading the New York Giants' Draft Pics

After starting out the 2009 campaign with five straight wins, the Giants took a nose dive and crashed into an 8-8 record, missing the playoffs for the first time since Coach Tom Coughlin took over in 2004. That was the year when Eli Manning was a mere rookie, Kurt Warner started the season as the Giants number one quarterback and Tiki Barber was inducing lightning bolts from the backfield instead of the press box. Now, with Jets' sophomore quarterback Mark Sanchez fresh off of a playoff appearance, the Giants entered the 2010 draft looking to fill holes in an usually stellar defensive unit in hopes of avoiding another debacle and blessing their new stadium as the top team in New York. This was no secret as they spent five out of their seven draft picks on defensive players.

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