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2014 NFL Free Agency: Best fits for the Giants

Media analysts look at the best potential free-agent fits for the New York Giants.

James Starks
James Starks
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Sunday we looked at what some analysts see as the best fits for some of the New York Giants who could become free agents in a few days. Today, we look at those same reports from Rotoworld and Sports Illustrated's Monday Morning Quarterback to see what players they believe are fits for the Giants.


Offensive guard Chad Rinehart is listed as the best fit for the Giants, with Rotoworld saying:

The G-Men are in need of a total rebuild on the interior of their front five. LG Kevin Boothe is a free agent and struggled on his one-year deal. C David Baas has been an injury-prone free-agent bust. RG Chris Snee's tank is on E and is going to be cut if he doesn't take a massive pay cut. G/T James Brewer hasn't shown he can grab one of the spots. Rinehart (6-foot-5, 321) can play either left or right guard. He's made it through a 16-game season just once in his five-year career, however. But when healthy, Rinehart is above-average in all phases.

Monday Morning Quarterback

RB James Starks -- Ranked No. 74 on its list of the top 100 free agents, MMQB says "There’s a need for a veteran RB, and new OC Ben McAdoo coached Starks in Green Bay."

OG Jon Asamoah -- MMQB has Asamoah ranked No. 69, writing "Somebody may get a steal here. This ranking may be too low."

OH Geoff Schwartz -- MMQB ranked Scchwartz No. 44 on its list of free agents and says of his the Giants "need an almost total rebuild of the line."