The Giants, who averaged 26.8 points last season, should return their entire starting offensive line after keeping left guard Kevin Boothe with a one-year deal. Boothe drew interest from three other teams in free agency.
If the Giants' 9-7 season has taught us anything, it's that no problem exists in a vacuum. WR Hakeem Nicks' knee injury allowed defenses to focus on WR Victor Cruz and effectively take away the threat of the big play.
Around half of the Giants' 2012 roster has a realistic chance of moving on this offseason. General manager Jerry Reese was asked on Monday if he'd put the number around 23 players in total. "It's a pretty big number, but nothing we can't handle," Reese said.
The Giants are hoping RG Chris Snee and C David Baas can practice Friday with a crucial game against the Ravens on Sunday. DE Justin Tuck and RB Ahmad Bradshaw are also hoping to be at practice Friday.