Personally, I think Giroux has 90-110 point talent. Neal could be a steady shot of 40/40/80 though with the occasional 85-88 point year. Not a HUGE margin, considering Neal is a lock to lineup next to 71 or 87. Another thing to consider is Giroux being named the next Flyers captain. If he is, and I fully expect him to be, there is a chance he'll put his all-around performance ahead of his personal stats (a la Datsyuk/Toews). Neal will always be a big winger with nice mitts benefiting from an elite linemate. I'd take Giroux but in this particular format it is very close IMO.
6-GM /Wk. H2H
[Skaters] G=2, A=1, PP/SH= +1, GWG= +2, Shootout G=1 / [*D-Men Bonus]: G=3/A=2
[Goalies] W=3, OTL=1, SO= +2, SV= .10
Start= 13F, 6D, 2G /Keep 40 [2G Max]
[F] Backstrom, P.Kane, Kopitar, Perry, E.Staal, Spezza, Z-berg, Nash, Vanek, Couture, B.Ryan, Eberle, J.Staal, D.Brown, Lucic, Tarasenko, JvR, T.Ennis, Gallagher, Armia, Teravainen
[*D] Karlsson, P.Subban, Pietrangelo, Shattenkirk, Doughty, Yandle, Chara, Kronwall, Visnovsky, J.Johnson, E.Johnson, Myers, J.Faulk, A.Larsson, J.Morrow, M.Rielly
[G] Price, Rask, M.Smith