Rueben Randle
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By Tim Pilleri, Giants Correspondent, Mon, Aug 4th 7:17pm EDT

Rueben Randle was running with the 1st team, but was not targeted in Sunday's Hall of Fame game win over the Buffalo Bills.

Fantasy Impact: Eli didn't look Randle or Victor Cruz's way on Sunday, instead opting for shorter passes to Jennings, tight ends, and Jernigan in the slot. The Giants's offensive line is something to monitor going forward. If it doesn't improve, Randle's role could be hit hardest for fantasy impact in the passing game.

Breaking Football | Aug 21st
Has blow up potential but Giants don't trust him plus Odell in town.
The New York Times | Aug 21st
Extensive red zone work this offseason. Could struggle for consistency in PPR settings.
Hatty Waiver Wire Guru | Aug 21st
Hakeem Nicks is gone and Randle is a top target for Manning in 2014.
The Football Girl | Aug 21st
A wide range of possible outcomes here. TD potential is alluring.
Legion Report | Aug 21st
Randle is one of our favorite sleeper candidates for the 2014 Fantasy Football season. At 6’3/208, Randle will be the main Red Zone Target for the Giants in 2014. Lining up opposite of Victor Cruz the Giants are expected to rely heavily on Randle with Nicks now out of the picture. Randle said he’s “very confident” he’ll score “double-digits in touchdowns,” and so are we; with no Tight End, Randle is by far the biggest receiver on the field.
The Fake Football | Aug 20th
The Giants have looked awful in preseason, but I'm going to give them the benefit of the doubt because they have a new offense to implement. Much will depend on how quickly they can get all the pieces in place and in working order, but Randle looks like the #2 receiver to Victor Cruz, but more of a red zone threat. They don't have a good tight end, so Randle really is set up to see a lot of red zone looks this year and I think he's good enough to get the job done.
RotoBaller | Aug 20th
BALLER MOVE: Target ~105 (Current ADP: 127, WR42) ANALYSIS: Rueben Randle is entering the 2014 NFL season as the second wide out for the New York Giants with rookie Odell Beckham presumably winning the slot role. Randle, standing at 6’4, is a big boy who accumulated 611 yards on 41 catches with six receptions going for touchdowns […]
FFLockerRoom | Aug 20th
Should be considered the No. 2 receiver behind Victor Cruz. Randle is still No. 3 on the depth chart and will see plenty of action in Ben McAdoo’s offense, and we hope he plays better than he did as a sophomore in 2013. He flashed his potential last season as the No. 3 receiver for the Giants with 41 catches for 611 yards and six touchdowns.
Fantasy Football Maniax | Aug 19th
Randle has the chance for a breakout season, but he will need QB Eli Manning to play at a much higher level than he did in 2013.
ESPN | Aug 11th
Christopher Harris offers up 10 players he strongly feels will have better seasons than many expect in 2014.
RotoBaller | Aug 10th
BALLER MOVE: Target ~110 (Current ADP 131, WR49) ANALYSIS: Rueben Randle has always been a talent that the Giants liked, hence why they drafted him in the 2nd round of the 2012 draft. The main thing standing in Randle’s way of being a high impact performer has seemed to be that Eli Manning has had the […]
Fantasy Team Advice | Aug 10th
While flashy rookie Odell Beckham has garnered the majority of preseason hype, the Giants real breakout candidate at receiver is Randle. Randle scored six times in his second year and could be in line for double-digit scores, as the main red-zone receiving threat. With a new offensive scheme that better takes advantage of his abilities, as well as a growing rapport with Eli Manning, Randle is an attractive WR3 with upside.
Win My Fantasy League | Aug 9th
Solid WR3 option, worried Beckham takes place in two-WR sets before long but upside to see 1,000 yards and 7+ TD's this season
Legion Report | Aug 4th
31 – Rueben Randle – Randle is one of our favorite sleeper candidates for the 2014 Fantasy Football season. At 6’3/208, Randle will be the main Red Zone Target for the Giants in 2014. Lining up opposite of <a class="fp-player-link fp-id-9790" href="; […]
EDSFootball | Jun 24th
With positive reports flowing from OTAs and training camp last year, Giants receiver Rueben Randle generated his fair share of buzz for a potential breakout season. While he led the team in touchdown receptions (six) and set career highs in receptions (41) and yards (611), he often failed to get on the same page with Eli Manning, who threw a career-high and league-worst 27 interceptions in 2013...