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Wan'Dale Robinson was limited at Giants practice on Wednesday. (Source: Dan Duggan on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Kadarius Toney (hamstring) was also limited on Wednesday. Robinson has not played since Week 1 due to a knee injury.

Category: Injury Updates


Kadarius Toney was a limited participant at Giants practice on Wednesday. (Source: Dan Duggan on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Wan'Dale Robinson (knee) was also limited as it looks like the Giants wide receiver core is getting a little healthier. Toney has not played since Week 2.

Category: Injury Updates


Richie James Jr. was sidelined at Giants practice on Wednesday. (Source: Dan Duggan on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: James has been the No. 1 wide receiver for the Giants to this point in the season. That could change if Kadarius Toney and/or Wan'Dale Robinson return this weekend.

Category: Injury Updates


Tyrod Taylor was sidelined at Giants practice on Wednesday. (Source: Dan Duggan on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Daniel Jones (ankle) was able to practice. The Giants called up Davis Webb from the practice squad to either start or backup Jones if Taylor is sidelined.

Category: Injury Updates


Daniel Jones went through all of media viewing portion of Wednesday's practice. (Source: Charlotte Carroll on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Jones did both individual stuff and team drills. He was moving well according to Carroll. The Giants remain hopeful he can play this weekend against the Packers.

Category: Injury Updates


Kenny Golladay is not expected to travel with the Giants to London after suffering an MCL sprain in Week 4. (Source: Ian Rapoport on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Golladay received just one target in the Giants' win over the Bears Sunday. The 28-year-old continues to be a disappointment for the Giants and fantasy managers should feel comfortable moving on from Golladay. Fantasy managers should expect Richie James and David Sills V to continue to see the bulk of the targets from the wide receiver group.

Category: Injury Updates


Graham Gano converted on two of his three field goal attempts and both extra point attempts in a win over Chicago in Week 4.

Fantasy Impact: Gano has converted on 81.8% of his field goal attempts this season. The miss was from 37 yards and it banged off the left upright. The Giants' offense is improved and Gano should continue to get plenty of chances to convert field goals. The Giants and Gano travel to London to take on the Packers in Week 5.

Category: Game Recaps


New York Giants D/ST allowed 174 passing yards, 149 rushing yards, and 12 points in a win over Chicago in Week 4. They sacked Justin Fields six times and recovered three fumbles.

Fantasy Impact: The Giants D/ST has had a solid first for weeks of the season, allowing 20 points or less in three of their first four games. The Bears offense has struggled this season, so it was not a surprise to see the Giants' pass rush have success in getting to Justin Fields. The Giants will have a massive test when they face Aaron Rodgers and the Packers in Week 5.

Category: Game Recaps


Daniel Bellinger caught all three of his targets for 23 yards in a Week 4 win over Chicago.

Fantasy Impact: Bellinger tied Richie James for the most targets of any Giants' player Sunday. The 22-year-old tight end has logged 79 yards and one touchdown on eight receptions this season. The Giants will travel to London to take on an impressive Green Bay defense in Week 5.

Category: Game Recaps


David Sills V caught one of his two targets for five yards in a win over Chicago in Week 4.

Fantasy Impact: Sills V logged his lowest number of targets in a game this season. Tyrod Taylor and Daniel Jones both leaving the game with injuries heavily impacted the pass catchers stats across the board. The Giants will travel to London to take on a tough Green Bay defense in Week 5.

Category: Game Recaps


Saquon Barkley tallied 146 rushing yards on 31 carries and caught both of his targets for 16 yards in a win over Chicago in Week 4.

Fantasy Impact: Barkley was used heavily against Chicago, especially after injuries to Daniel Jones and Tyrod Taylor forced the Giants to operate out of the Wildcat. The 25-year-old appears to be healthy and feel comfortable in the new offense brought in by first-year head coach Brian Daboll. Barkley currently ranks first in rushing attempts and rushing yards. The Giants travel to London to take on the Green Bay Packers in Week 5.

Category: Game Recaps


Leonard Williams was sidelined at practice on Friday and is not expected to play in Week 4 against the Bears. (Source: Jordan Raanan on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Williams suffered the injury in Week 2 against the Panthers and is likely missing his second straight game this weekend.

Category: Injury Updates


Sterling Shephard has been diagnosed with a torn ACL and will miss the remainder of this season. (Source: Ralph Vacchiano on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Shepard had to get carted off late in Monday night's game against the Cowboys, and the concern of serious injury turned out to be true. Coach Brian Daboll confirmed that the veteran receiver tore his ACL and his season is over. This is a tough blow for the Giants, who already struggle at the wide receiver position. His absence could lead to more targets for players like David Sills V or Richie James Jr.

Category: Injury Updates


New York Giants edge rusher Azeez Ojulari is officially active for Monday Night Football against the Dallas Cowboys. (Source: Dan Salmone on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Ojulari was excellent as a rookie, generating 27 pressures, eight sacks, and eight tackles for loss. His return, along with that of fellow edge Kayvon Thibodeaux, provides a massive boost to the Giants' pass rush. They will be missing Leonard Williams, who could have kicked inside with Ojulari and Thibodeaux healthy, but that dream D-Line setup will take at least one more week to finally materialize. Ojulari is a DL2 option on a regular complement of snaps but is more DL3 for his first game of the season.

Category: Injury Updates


New York Giants edge rusher Kayvon Thibodeaux is active for Monday Night Football against the Dallas Cowboys. (Source: Dan Salmone on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Kayvon will make his NFL debut in a divisional rivalry game on Monday Night Football. An explosive, bendy pass rusher with an excellent first step, Thibodeaux can make an impact, even if he sees limited snaps. The main knock against him coming out of college was a hot and cold motor, so hopefully, some sort of rotation will upset him enough to lock him in on a snap-by-snap basis. Thibodeaux is a low-floor DL3 option for Week 3, albeit one with significant upside.

Category: Injury Updates


Darius Slayton was active in Week 2, but only logged four snaps and did not see a target.

Fantasy Impact: Slayton was a healthy scratch in Week 1 and with only four snaps in Week 2, he is seemingly buried on the depth chart. Slayton is a risky play and should likely be left on the waiver wire for now.

Category: Game Recaps


Chris Myarick hauled in his lone target for a 1-yard touchdown in the Giants' 21-20 win over the Titans.

Fantasy Impact: Despite his touchdown catch, Myarick should not be on fantasy managers' radars going forward. The third-year pro rotates with fellow backup tight end Tanner Hudson, who is also behind Daniel Bellinger on the depth chart.

Category: Game Recaps


Matt Breida carried the ball five times for 24 yards in the Giants' Week 1 win over the Titans.

Fantasy Impact: Breida was the only Giants' running back not named Saquon Barkley to record a carry on Sunday. That bodes well for the veteran and makes him a solid handcuff option for fantasy managers who drafted Saquon.

Category: Game Recaps


The New York Giants released TE Ricky Seals-Jones with an injury settlement Thursday. (Source: Around the NFL on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Seals-Jones was placed on season ending injured reserve with a toe injury prior to the 53-man roster cutdown. With Seals-Jones being released, he will now be eligible to find a new team when he is fully healthy.

Category: Transactions


The New York Giants released LB Blake Martinez Thursday. (Source: Field Yates on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Martinez was in the last year of a three-year $30.75 million dollar contract. Martinez was limited to just three games in 2021 after suffering a torn ACL. He will now look to join a team in need of LB help before the start of the season.

Category: Transactions