Excerpt: "Jerry Reese never embraced the idea of a honeymoon anyway. Even after he won a championship as a rookie GM in 2007 he knew he couldn’t bask in his glory for long. Winning the Super Bowl may be a wonderful achievement, but there’s always a demand to win it again.
That’s true even now, as the Giants seem so far from being a championship-caliber team just 11 months after their last title. The window may look like it’s closing on a great era of Giants football, but Reese’s job is to try to prop it up.
That won’t be easy, even with a top coach and franchise quarterback in place. There are huge holes on this roster, and some key players — two-time champions — who will have to say good bye. Even if the Giants miraculously sneak into the playoffs next weekend, that’s not going to change.
So as the Giants ponder a season seemingly gone wrong, Reese will be pondering how to make it right. And here are some of the biggest decisions he faces in the offseason: