The 2010 NFL season brought nothing but shear anguish and utter disappointment to New York Giants fans everywhere. As fans, it is time to move on and focus on how this team can improve and make themselves true contenders next year.
It's no secret that the Giants were a team that had the talent to make the Super Bowl—or make the playoffs at the very least—but whether it be injuries, turnovers or poor leadership, they have nobody to blame but themselves for yet another collapse.
There are some glaring holes in this team and it should be a top priority to bring in some players to fill the voids that were exposed over the course of the season. I like the young core group of players this team has, but it is going to take more than just raw talent and guts to reclaim the Lombardi Trophy.
On top of looking to add players through the draft and free agency, it is equally important to make sure players the Giants would like to keep who entering free agency or who will be in the near future are re-signed.
And sometimes, the best way to improve your team is by getting rid of players. Maybe it is time for the Giants to get rid of some of their guys.
Here are what I believe the top five offseason necessities are for Big Blue in 2011.