5 Moves New York Giants Can Make To Play In Super Bowl 50

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Dec 7, 2014; Nashville, TN, USA; New York Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul (90) leaves the field after his team defeated the Tennessee Titans 36-7 during the second half at LP Field. Mandatory Credit:

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3. Resign Jason Pierre-Paul

When the Giants brought back Steve Spagnuolo to be the defensive coordinator it boded well for Pierre-Paul’s chances to stay in New York. Spagnuolo values pass rushers, and he also gets the most out of them.

Expect the Giants to make a strong move to keep their first round draft pick of 2010. Pierre-Paul still has unfathomable talent and potential. The Giants know his best football is ahead of him.

Signing Pierre-Paul is the first step to helping the defense. With him, the Giants have their primary pass rusher. With Spagnuolo, they have the man who will get the most out of Pierre-Paul.

Next: 2. Draft Danny Shelton With 9th Overall Selection