1. WR Mike Evans
It's very likely that Mike Evans either remains a Buccaneer for the rest of his career, or joins a team with Super Bowl aspirations. However, if the Giants can manage to woo him with a big contract, they should do so. Evans has been the spitting image of consistency since being drafted and would immediately be the WR1 the team has so desperately needed.
Evans is 30 years old, so, similarly to the aforementioned Brown, the Giants could offer him a three-to-four-year deal and take advantage of the remaining years of his prime. His skillset would fit perfectly in a Brian Daboll system and the difference Evans could make would be insurmountable.
Through 15 games, Evans has racked up 73 receptions for 1,163 yards and a league-leading 13 touchdowns. This level of play has extended Evans' streak of earning 1,000 yards or more in a season to 10 years now, which is just absurd.
A receiver this consistent is so difficult to find and if Schoen has the opportunity to bring Evans in, he shouldn't hesitate. He would be a true game-changer for the Giants' offense and could potentially play a big role in bringing them back to the playoffs.