Here are the five biggest questions, including the state of the offensive line, for the New York Giants heading into the 2017 offseason.

With the thrilling comeback victory by the New England Patriots in Super Bowl LI, the 2016 season has come to a close. And while it did not end the way the New York Giants would have hoped, for all intents and purposes, the Giants had a successful season.

Coming off of two straight 6-10 campaigns and the resignation of one of the greatest head coaches in the organization’s storied history, change was necessary in order to revitalize the ailing franchise.

Through the promotion of former offensive coordinator Ben McAdoo to head coach and a revamped player training program focused on limiting player injuries, as well as several key offseason acquisitions each of whom performed beyond any reasonable expectations, the Giants were able to return to the postseason for the first time since 2011.

Despite making great strides in 2016, the front office has several difficult decisions to make this offseason. From running back to the offensive line to the front seven, these are the biggest questions heading into the offseason for the New York Giants: