Jason Pierre-Paul wants a longterm deal for big money, but the Giants aren't going to be able to pay him the same $85 million over five years that they gave Vernon to lure him in free agency from the Miami Dolphins last year. Reese said when asked if he considers it possible to re-sign both Pierre-Paul and DT Johnathan Hankins: "I think so." But while Pierre-Paul wants to remain a Giant, he is more likely to get a bigger offer elsewhere. That doesn't mean Reese can leave his defensive end position alone, though. While Vernon had a good year and impressed playing through a broken hand/wrist early in the season, he was invisible in Green Bay on Sunday. And the Giants pass rush this year was not consistent, after being non-existent early in the season. Romeo Okwara is promising, and Owa Odighizuwa will contribute again, but a defense that finished tied for 14th in sacks (35) needs more depth and efficiency at the position. Spending big money isn't the solution. A draft deep at defensive end, led by top-five overall projections Myles Garrett (Texas A&M) and Jonathan Allen (Alabama) could yield a diamond in later rounds.