🏈 How the New York Giants have upgraded their roster and team this offseason

🏈 Bobby Skinner of Talkin' Giants breaks down key draft and offseason moves

🏈 What needs to happen between now and OTA's for the Giants

It was a fun playoff chase run to watch if you're a New York Giants fan as Big Blue made an unexpected push, but after some additions to improve the team, it is hoped they will take the next step.

When they defeated the Minnesota Vikings in the Wild Card game, it felt good, they looked good, and used their strengths against a shaky defense which allowed their offense to tally up points.

Then, their inability to stop the run consistently caught up with them against the eventual NFC Champion Philadelphia Eagles the following week.

(Photo: David Berding/Getty Images)
(Photo: David Berding/Getty Images)

Among the questions swirling among experts and fans, this offseason was which area of the team to address first.

The Giants went into the offseason in dire need of addressing WR, LB, and OL most of all.

Through several key signings -- including bringing a few players back -- and then with the players selected in the NFL Draft and subsequent post-draft signings, things are looking a little brighter for the Giants.

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The game gets played on the field though and just how good this team is and could be will be determined over the next few months.

For some insight on the New York Giants offseason signings and draft picks, Bobby Skinner of Talkin' Giants joined me on Shore Sports Talk on 94.3 The Point sponsored by Shoreline Wealth Management.

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