The New York Giants secondary was complete with a strong group of safeties, led by Landon Collins, who is an NFL Defensive Player of the Year candidate.
One of the reasons why the New York Giants defense was so strong in 2016 was due to the cornerbacks, led by Janoris Jenkins and Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie.
The New York Giants saw an uptick in production from their linebackers, which is something they haven't been able to say in recent seasons.
Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson said Thursday that the New York Giants would be one of his options should the Vikings cut him in the offseason. Even if that were to happen, it wouldn't be wise for the Giants to sign him.
The New York Giants signed 22-year-old kicker Aldrick Rosas to a futures deal on Thursday.
The New York Giants defensive line was one of the best units in the NFL in 2016. They were successful in stopping the run and rushing the passer.
New York Giants defensive tackle Damon Harrison and safety Landon Collins were voted to the Pro Football Writers of America's All-NFL team while wide receiver Sterling Shepard was voted to the All-Rookie team.
The New York Giants offensive line struggled for the most part but guys like Justin Pugh and Weston Richburg had solid seasons on the interior.
The New York Giants tight end group struggled in 2016 and will likely be an area of improvement as the team gears up for next season.
The New York Giants wide receiver corps performed well despite a struggling offense, led by superstar Odell Beckham Jr.