It sucks having to focus on this, but it's time to focus on the offseason.
Anyway, let's look at a positions of need:
WR: The most glaring one on Sunday. Hixon is good, and I could see him as a useful complementary reciever in the future. Steve Smith is the main man out of the slot. But, we're missing that #1 go to guy. We really have three possible options. First of all, we could sign T.J. Houshmandzadeh. He's really the only capable #1 reciever on the market, so a second option would be to make a trade. We're stocked with draft picks and depth at many positions, so I don't see this as being a problem. Someone like Anquan Boldin would be an excellent, excellent pickup. If none of these options work, we have no choice but to draft a WR in the first two rounds of the draft. I PERSONALLY would love to see Kenny Britt for us. He's big, physical, from the area, and will likely be available.
LB- Up until Plaxgate, the most glaring weakness on this team. I love AP, but he's really reaching the twilight of his effectiveness as a starting calibur MLB. Also, we don't really have anyone too intimidating on the outside. Therefore, we need to sign someone to play linebacker. The Ravens have Ray Lewis, Terrell Suggs, and Bart Scott up for new contracts after this year. At least one of them will probably fall through the cracks, most likely Scott. Karlos Dansby, Eric Barton, Mike Peterson, Jonathan Vilma, Michael Boley, James Farrior, Channing Crowder, Willie McGinest, etc. are all available. This is also a position I would upgrade in the draft, even if we sign someone.
HB, TE, DT, SS, and CB are all positions that could have more depth going into next year as well. I could get more specific, but I might save that for another post. Either way...Go Giants?