New York Giants: Remaining Team Needs This Offseason

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Sep 22, 2013; Charlotte, NC, USA; Carolina Panthers defensive end Wes Horton (96) gets blocks by New York Giants offensive tackle Justin Pugh (72) during the fourth quarter at Bank of America Stadium. The Panthers defeated the Giants 38-0. Mandatory Credit: Jeremy Brevard-USA TODAY Sports

5. A Dominant Offensive Tackle

The Giants offensive line is still a concern to some degree. The Giants could have a pretty good line in 2015 led by youth. Justin Pugh is going into his 3rd season, Weston Richburg is going into his second. Geoff Schwartz will be back from injury and back and the young Brett Jones from the CFL shows promise.

Still the Giants are looking for a dominant left tackle to protect Eli Manning. Lets face it, the veteran Will Beatty is not the answer. He is a serviceable player at a position in which you need a great player. The Giants most likely course of action to address this need is the 9th overall pick in the NFL Draft.

The only thing the Giants have done to improve the offensive line so far is add depth. Signing Marshal Newhouse, who is most likely a backup is wise, but more action is needed.

Next: 4. A Great Middle Linebacker