It comes as no surprise that the New York Giants have won just 13 games their last two seasons and have missed the playoffs since 2011, the year of their last Super Bowl victory, if we consider the fact that, year in and year out, their rivals have improved significantly, while the Giants haven't changed much. Last season, a new offensive system was put in place but the team struggled almost all season, only showing some positive signs towards the end, winning three of their last four games. Eli Manning just got a big contract and seems destined to end his playing days as a Giant but he'll need to be more consistent with the ball going forward, after throwing 41 picks in the last couple of years. Odell Beckham Jr. and Victor Cruz, who's back from a serious knee injury, are probably the best receiving duo in the league, while the running back group of Shane Vereen, Rashad Jennings and Andre Williams can be very productive. On the defense, injuries keep taking their toll. While it is still unclear when Jason Pierre Paul will get back on the football field, four defensive backs got injured during the preseason forcing the team to bring back free agent Steve Brown.