Having won two Super Bowl titles in the past six years, New York Giants general manager Jerry Reese has received many accolades for assembling championship caliber rosters.  Though Reese has surely added some key pieces via free agency over the years, he is mostly earned his respect for the job he has done building through the draft, but after taking a closer look, this widely-believed fact is actually fiction. 

Since 2009, the Giants have finished, 8-8, 10-6, 9-7, 9-7 and are now 0-5 for a total regular season record of 36-33; that is barely above average.  Here is an in-depth look at each of Reese's draft classes since he took over for Ernie Accorsi in 2007: