An offensive line like a turnstile, a struggling star receiver, a backfield corps that couldn’t stay healthy -- it all added up to a frustrating season for the Giants that included some truly lopsided losses. While his play has been more erratic than usual in 2013, Eli Manning should at least provide hope that a quick recovery may be possible … but only if the G-men can address a plethora of needs this offseason. An unexpected high draft pick should at least help in that regard.
But who do the Giants target with a pick that currently projects as No. 11 overall, based on the current standings?
Todd McShay released his first 2014 mock draft Wednesday, and in doing so identified the biggest areas of need for the Giants. The most urgent: offensive guard, tight end, center and running back. So what direction do the G-men turn?
Here’s who McShay believes will provide the best fit for New York with the No. 11 overall pick.