2, QB Anthony Wright - Manning's backup threw seven passes in 2007. Grade: Inc.
9, K Lawrence Tynes - Struggled early, but made a historic kick. Grade: B
10, QB Eli Manning - Late improvement was unforeseen, unbelievable. Grade: B
12, WR Steve Smith - Contributed consistently after missing 11 games. Grade: B+
13, QB Jared Lorenzen - Value is still unknown. Grade: Inc.
15, WR Michael Jennings - Spent the season on injured reserve. Grade: Inc.
17, WR Plaxico Burress - Their most dynamic player, ankle injury and all. Grade: A
18, P Jeff Feagles - Still great at dropping punts inside the 20. Grade: B+
20, FB Jim Finn - Giants career is probably over. Grade: Inc.
22, RB Reuben Droughns - Don't expect him to be back, either. Grade: C
23, CB Corey Webster - From bust to shutdown corner? Grade: B+
24, RB Robert Douglas - Spent the season on injured reserve. Grade: Inc.
25, CB/PR R.W. McQuarters - Made some big plays, but might not be back. Grade: B-
26, RB Danny Ware - Nothing to go on. Grade: Inc.
27, RB Brandon Jacobs - Was much better during the regular season. Grade: B+
28, FS Gibril Wilson - One of their overlooked defensive standouts. Grade: B+
29, CB Sam Madison - Webster's emergence could send him elsewhere. Grade: B
30, SS Craig Dahl - A pleasant surprise prior to a knee injury. Grade: B+
31, CB Aaron Ross - Had his moments as a rookie starter. Grade: B
33, CB Geoffrey Pope - Fared well briefly in Dallas. Grade: Inc.
34, RB Derrick Ward - A huge help the two times Jacobs got hurt. Grade: B+
35, CB Kevin Dockery - Useful as a nickel back. Grade: B
37, SS James Butler - Steady, but better against the run than the pass. Grade: B
39, FB M. Hedgecock - He wasn't good enough to play for the Rams? Grade: A-
43, SS Michael Johnson - Not as productive as other rookies, but solid. Grade: B-
44, RB Ahmad Bradshaw - Was more effective than Jacobs in postseason. Grade: B+
51, WLB Zak DeOssie - Was reliable on special teams. Grade: B
52, LB Torrance Daniels - Chipped in some on special teams. Grade: Inc.
53, LB Reggie Torbor - Didn't do enough as Kiwanuka's replacement. Grade: B-
55, WLB Kawika Mitchell - Might be offered more money to leave. Grade: B
57, MLB Chase Blackburn - Didn't contribute much on defense. Grade: B-
58, MLB Antonio Pierce - A tackling machine who leads the defense. Grade: A-
59, WLB Gerris Wilkinson - Showed some promise when Mitchell got hurt. Grade: B
60, C Shaun O'Hara - Value became clearer when he missed a game. Grade: A-
61, OT Adam Koets - The lone draft pick not to make an impact. Grade: Inc.
62 G/T Todd Londot - Spent season on injured reserve. Grade: Inc.
65, G/C Grey Ruegamer - Filled in adequately at multiple positions. Grade: B
66, LT David Diehl - Struggled at times against speed rushers. Grade: B-
67, RT Kareem McKenzie - More consistent than in years past. Grade: B
69, LG Rich Seubert - Proved he should've been starting all along. Grade: B+
71, DE Dave Tollefson - Didn't play enough to make sound judgment. Grade: Inc.
72, RDE Osi Umenyiora - One of the premier pass-rushers in the NFL. Grade: A-
75, DT Manuel Wright - Never got a shot after winning job in camp. Grade: Inc.
76, RG Chris Snee - More Pro Bowl consideration was warranted. Grade: A-
77, DE Dek Bake - Spent season on injured reserve. Grade: Inc.
77, G Kevin Boothe - Seems to be a pretty good prospect. Grade: Inc.
79, OT Guy Whimper - Didn't get on the field enough to assess. Grade: Inc.
80, TE Jeremy Shockey - Better blocker, but still drops too many passes. Grade: B+
81, WR Amani Toomer - Still very reliable, even at 33. Grade: B+
83, WR Sinorice Moss - Steve Smith makes him an afterthought. Grade: C
84, TE Darcy Johnson - Spent season on injured reserve. Grade: Inc.
85, WR David Tyree - Super hero still solid on special teams. Grade: B
86, TE Jerome Collins - Hasn't gotten a look yet. Grade: Inc.
87, KR Domenik Hixon - Energized kickoff return game after signing. Grade: B+
88, TE Michael Matthews - Good blocker, but his hands are shaky. Grade: B-
89, TE Kevin Boss - Had moments once Shockey went down. Grade: B
90, LB Ryan Kuehl - Was missed after suffering season-ending injury. Grade: Inc.
91, DE Justin Tuck - Was disruptive from wherever he was aligned. Grade: A-
92, LDE Michael Strahan - Still one of the game's most complete ends. Grade: B+
93, DT Jay Alford - Long-snapping needs work, but a solid rookie. Grade: B
94, DT William Joseph - His phone won't ring much come Feb. 29. Grade: Inc.
95, DE Adrian Awasom - Super Bowl-area arrest won't help his cause. Grade: Inc.
96, DT Barry Cofield - Disruptive against the run. Grade: B
97, SLB Mathias Kiwanuka - Made a smooth transition from end. Grade: B
98, DT Fred Robbins - Was better during 2006 season. Grade: B-
99, DT Russell Davis - Wasn't he supposed to be more useful? Grade: C
Tom Coughlin - The organization couldn't possibly ask for more from TC. Grade: A-
Kevin Gilbride - Really reined things in for Manning down the stretch. Grade: B+
Steve Spagnuolo - Glad he's still on staff. Grade: A
TGI's Final Grades Are In
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