New York Giants had a season in 2013 that they probably would like to forget and erase from the record books. The offense was pretty inept at times running or passing the ball. Quarterback Eli Manning threw 27 interceptions with only 18 touchdowns on 57 percent pass completions. Manning can't take all of the blame. The offensive line didn't do a solid job in pass protection or run blocking. Head coach Tom Coughlin and staff need to correct the offensive struggles in 2014 for the Giants to be a playoff contender. New York has some solid skill position players such as Victor Cruz, Rueben Randle, and Rashad Jennings to build around.
Defensive end Justin Tuck signed with the Oakland Raiders via free agency and will be missed especially his leadership and championship caliber attitude. The defense was hit by the injury bug last season and needs some good fortunes in the defensive front in 2014 to be a solid unit. Jason Pierre-Paul and Mathias Kiwanuka can be disruptive edge rushers when they are on top of their game. The linebackers as a unit will be instrumental in regards to the defense being top notch or mediocre. Prince Amukamara and Antrel Rolle lead the secondary. Below you will see who can help the Giants put their ship back on the right path.