By Tim Pilleri, Giants Correspondent, Fri, Sep 12th 1:18pm EDT
Giants wide receiver Rueben Randle is frustrated with the offense. He said, "It's frustrating...I can only control what I can control. Just go out there, block and get open and that is what I did tonight." (Source: NJ.com
Fantasy Impact: With the scary defense of the Arizona Cardinals coming to town on Sunday, it could be another long day for the Giants. Randle will be covered by a combination of Patrick Peterson and Antonio Cromartie.
By Nick Tapas, Giants Correspondent, Mon, Sep 8th 11:13pm EDT
You read that correctly. WR Rueben Randle was held to only 1 yard of offense on 2 catches against Detroit on Monday night.
Fantasy Impact: Randle can serve as, and is expected to be, a red-zone threat if and when the Giants' offense begins to come together this season. With a FantasyPros WR ADP of 43, Randle should continue to be rostered, but until the Giants' passing game begins to come together and show signs of life, he should remain on all fantasy benches.
By Tim Pilleri, Giants Correspondent, Fri, Aug 29th 12:00pm EDT
Tom Coughlin is not happy about his outside wide receiver Rueben Randle and quarterback Eli Manning still having miscommunication issues on the field. (Source: Newark Star-Ledger
Fantasy Impact: After the Giants's 5th win of the preseason on Thursday night, coach Tom Coughlin said, "I thought the worst play of the night was the misconnection between Rueben Randle and Eli...There is no place for that." Randle insists that his timing with Eli will improve with more practice. The big receiver is still a viable red-zone threat with significant upside when or if this offense starts to click.
By Nick Tapas, Giants Correspondent, Sat, Aug 23rd 10:00am EDT
Rueben Randle caught two passes for 41 yards and a TD in Friday's pre-season matchup against the Jets.
Fantasy Impact: Randle will be the Giants number two WR across from Victor Cruz this season and should see a large number of red zone opportunities in the Giants new offense. With a current WR ADP of 42, Randle is potentially a strong value WR play this season, provided the Giants OL comes together and can protect Eli Manning.
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.
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 […]
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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 […]
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="http://www.fantasypros.com/nfl/players/victor-cruz.php" […]