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New York Giants

NFC East


Matt Breida is correctly valued at his ADP of 296 as the consensus #271 overall player. Projected to carry the ball 4.6 times and catch 0.8 passes per game, Breida won't be reliable in fantasy. He's second on New York's depth chart, behind Saquon Barkley. New York has the 11th-worst schedule for RBs.

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James might see limited usage as the 6th-ranked WR on the Giants. At #175 in our WR rankings, he's probably best left for the waiver wire. He's projected to catch 8.7 receptions for 138 yards and 0.7 TDs, which is 3.5% of the total for WRs on the Giants. The Giants have the 2nd-best wide receiver schedule.

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Kenny Golladay is a good value at his ADP of 210 as the consensus #160 overall player. Golladay is the WR2 for the Giants, trailing Kadarius Toney. As the consensus #63 WR, he will ride the fantasy bench most weeks. Golladay is projected to catch 54.4 receptions for 770 yards and 4.2 TDs, which is 21.7% of the total for Giants WRs. The Giants have the 2nd-best wide receiver schedule.

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Sterling Shepard is the WR4 on the Giants. As the consensus #85 WR, he's probably best left for the waiver wire. He's projected to catch 59.7 receptions for 620 yards and 3.1 TDs, which is 23.8% of the workload for Giants WRs. The Giants have the 2nd-best wide receiver schedule.

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As the consensus TE89, Chris Myarick is not fantasy-relevant. Myarick is projected for only 153 yards and 1.2 TDs on 15.8 receptions. Daniel Bellinger is the starting tight end in New York, which will imit Myarick's value.

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Projected to carry the ball 0.6 times and catch 0.2 passes per game, Antonio Williams is not fantasy-relevant. He's behind both Saquon Barkley and Matt Breida on the running back chart for the Giants.

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Sills might see limited usage as the 6th-ranked WR on the Giants. Ranked #177 in our consensus wide receiver rankings, he's only relevant in deep leagues. Sills is projected to catch 5.8 receptions for 68 yards and 0.3 TDs, which is 2.2% of the total for Giants WRs. The Giants have the 2nd-best schedule for wide receivers.

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Wan'dale Robinson is correctly valued at his ADP of 196 as the consensus #198 overall player. Robinson is the WR3 for the Giants, trailing Kadarius Toney and Kenny Golladay. As the consensus #74 WR, he will ride the fantasy bench most weeks. Robinson is projected to catch 40.0 receptions for 457 yards and 2.5 TDs, which is 16.0% of the total for WRs on the Giants. The Giants have the 2nd-best schedule for WRs.

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As the consensus TE37, Daniel Bellinger is best left on the waiver wire. Bellinger is projected for only 262 yards and 1.8 TDs on 25.6 receptions. Daniel Bellinger is a fair value at his ADP of 335 as the consensus #310 overall player. The Giants have the 9th-best tight end schedule.

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As the consensus #42, you can do better than drafting Ricky Seals-Jones. Seals-Jones is projected to catch just 23.0 receptions for 223 yards and 1.7 touchdowns. Seals-Jones will be playing second fiddle to Daniel Bellinger in New York.

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Daniel Jones is the consensus #22 QB, and as such isn't worth drafting in 1QB leagues. In 2QB leagues, he's a low-end starter. Jones is expected to earn 22% of his projected 264 fantasy points by rushing. That level of involvement in the Giants' running game adds significant fantasy value. With a projection of 12.5 interceptions compared to 20.6 passing touchdowns, Jones has the ability to ruin a fantasy week with multiple picks in a game.

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Kadarius Toney is the #1 receiver on the Giants, with Kenny Golladay and Wan'Dale Robinson behind him. Ranked #45 in our consensus wide receiver rankings, he will be serviceable most weeks. He's projected to catch 65.2 receptions for 761 yards and 4.1 TDs, which is 26.0% of the total for Giants WRs. New York has the 2nd-best wide receiver schedule. As the consensus #105 overall player, Toney is a reasonable pick at his ADP of 120.

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At a projected workload of 1.9 touches per game (1.6 carries and 0.4 receptions), Gary Brightwell is irrelevant in fantasy. He has some competition on the Giants' depth chart, where he trails both Saquon Barkley and Matt Breida.

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Tyrod Taylor is behind Daniel Jones on the QB chart in New York. Without a starting job, he's not really worth drafting.Taylor is expected to earn 16% of his projected 20 fantasy points by rushing. While not insignificant, it's not a core part of his fantasy value. With a projection of 1.0 interceptions compared to 1.7 passing touchdowns, he carries more interception risk than is entirely comforatable.

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Saquon Barkley is correctly valued at his ADP of 15 as the consensus #14 overall player. At a projected workload of 18.9 touches per game (15.3 carries and 3.6 receptions), Barkley is one of the few running backs with a workload you can feel good about. He leads Matt Breida and Gary Brightwell on New York's depth chart. New York has the 11th-worst running back schedule.

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With a projection of 0.0 carries and 0.0 catches per game, Jashaun Corbin is irrelevant in fantasy. He's behind both Saquon Barkley and Matt Breida on the running back chart for the Giants.

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Darius Slayton might see limited usage as the 5th-ranked WR on the Giants. At #107 in our WR rankings, he's only relevant in deep leagues. He's projected for 229 yards and 1.3 TDs on 16.9 receptions, which is 6.8% of the total for WRs on the Giants. New York has the 2nd-best schedule for wide receivers.

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Matt Cole is not a focus of the the Giants' offense as their WR7. Ranked #195 in our consensus wide receiver rankings, he won't be worth owning in most fantasy leagues. He's projected for 9 yards and 0.0 TDs on 0.8 receptions, which is 0.4% of the total for WRs on the Giants. New York has the 17th-best wide receiver schedule.

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Projected to carry the ball 0.1 times and catch 0.1 passes per game, Elijhaa Penny is safe to leave on the waiver wire. He has some competition on the Giants' depth chart, where he trails both Saquon Barkley and Devontae Booker.

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Evan Engram is projected for a solid 559 yards and 3.6 TDs on 55.4 receptions. As the consensus #17, Engram is one of many tight ends who has a chance of being a fantasy starter. Picking Engram at his ADP of 175 should be an easy decision, compared to an ECR of 136. The Giants have the 6th-best schedule for tight ends.

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