Harris caught six of his nine targets for 82 yards and a touchdown against the Patriots Sunday. With Victor Cruz out for the year, Harris should be one of the team's top options after Odell Beckham the rest of the way. He's also given the team a big lift as a return man.
Harris caught one pass for one yard on three targets in Sunday's win over Tampa Bay. Fresh off of a two-touchdown game against New Orleans, Harris put together his worst performance since Week 3. Following his 11 catches in Weeks 4 and 5, Harris has caught just eight passes over the past four weeks. It's hard to see that trend reversing corse once Victor Cruz and Larry Donnell return to the lineup.
Harris wasn't listed on the Giants' injury report Wednesday, the team's official site reports. Absent for a portion of the second half Sunday at New Orleans due to an ankle sprain and knee sprain, Harris notched touchdowns on back-to-back possessions in the fourth quarter, bring his totals from the last five games to 18 catches (on 27 targets) for 221 yards and three touchdowns. He shouldn't find much difficulty factoring into the box score again Sunday versus a Buccaneers defense that has given up 13.8 YPC and five touchdowns to wide receivers over the last three contests.
Harris suffered a sprained ankle and sprained knee in Sunday's loss at New Orleans, yet he still made the most of his three receptions, notching two touchdowns. Harris left the game for a time in the third quarter, but upon his return in the fourth, his touchdowns knotted up the score and pushed the Giants ahead, 49-42, on back-to-back possessions. A consistent member of the Giants' receiving corps for the past five games, he's accrued 18 catches (on 27 targets) for 221 yards and three scores, while serving as the nominal returner.
Harris was carted off the field during Sunday's game in New Orleans, and was diagnosed with sprains to his ankle and knee, Art Stapleton of The Record reports. In the latter stages of the first half, Harris suffered the injuries, which cloud his ability to return. While he failed to haul in either of his targets, he recorded three kick returns for 87 yards and one punt return for 13 yards before leaving the game.
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