Rueben Randle

#82 WR / N.Y. Giants / EXP: 4YRS Height: 6-2 Weight: 208 lb Age: 24 College: Louisiana State Bye 11,18,19,20,21

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    Giants' Rueben Randle: Finds the end zone against the Eagles

    Randle plucked four of seven targets from the air during Sunday's win over Philadelphia, tallying 79 yards and a touchdown. Randle finished the season on a four-game scoring streak, helping him toward a career-high eight touchdowns this season. For much of 2015, the Giants offense was built around Manning to Beckham, with Randle coming on late with Beckham flustered and/or suspended. The Giants have already invested big-time money in Victor Cruz and Beckham's contract will command attention soon enough, making Randle a luxury New York may not be able to afford. Whether or not he stays in the Meadowlands, Randle has established himself as a solid No. 2 or No. 3 target with the size and athleticism to find the end zone with some frequency.

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    Giants' Rueben Randle: Rips off 70-yard touchdown

    Randle had two catches for 80 yards and a touchdown on five targets in Sunday's 49-17 loss to the Vikings. 11 different Giants caught passes, with no one player tallying more than three receptions or five targets. Randle had an impressive 70-yard touchdown in the third quarter to salvage his stat line, but he otherwise failed to take advantage of Odell Beckham's one-game suspension. Randle does get an excellent Week 17 matchup with the Eagles, but Beckham will be back to soak up a large share of the targets.

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    Giants' Rueben Randle: Finds the end zone against Carolina

    Randle reeled in four passes off of five targets for 47 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's loss to the Panthers. Randle has now scored touchdowns in three of the last four games, topping five targets in each contest. The fourth-year receiver's recent groove should make him a prime pick-up this week as Odell Beckham's suspension leaves his former LSU teammate as the Giants' primary outside threat. Beckham has averaged nearly 12 targets per game since the Giants' bye and fantasy owners should expect Randle, along with Will Tye and Shane Vereen, to pick up the majority of those shares against Minnesota.

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    Giants' Rueben Randle: Has solid game

    Randle caught five of six targets for 58 yards and a touchdown Monday night. Randle isn't going to make many big plays, but after Odell Beckham, he's the team's most frequent target.

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    Giants' Rueben Randle: Catches two passes against the Jets

    Randle caught two passes off of six targets for 22 yards in Sunday's loss to the Jets. In the two games since fellow receiver Victor Cruz was placed on injured reserve, Randle has been in Eli Manning's sights, but has converted just three of 12 targets into catches. The assumption following Cruz's announcement was that Randle would be able to continue in his role as the Giant's No. 2 target. Instead, rookie tight end Will Tye has accumulated just as many targets and has done far more with them, besting Randle in receptions, nine to three, and yards, 144 to 58.

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    Giants' Rueben Randle: Tough game despite TD

    Randle caught only one of six targets, a 36-yard touchdown Sunday against the Redskins. Randle was also passive on an Eli Manning interception where the defender was more aggressive in breaking to the ball, and he had a drop. It was a poor game for Randle despite the long touchdown.

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    Giants' Rueben Randle: Three receptions for 51 yards

    Randle caught 3-of-4 targets for 51 yards in Sunday's 27-26 loss to New England. Randle made a nice 31-yard catch at one point, but was otherwise quiet. He hasn't had many big games this year, but he's been a relatively steady contributor, with at least 50 yards or a touchdown in six of 10 games. It'll be interesting to see what Randle's role will be once Victor Cruz (calf) returns, which could happen after the Giants' Week 11 bye.

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    Giants' Rueben Randle: Scores against Tampa Bay

    Randle hauled in five catches off of five targets for 40 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's win over Tampa Bay. Randle's touchdown broke a four-game scoreless streak dating back to Week 4. The fourth-year receiver has been a fairly consistent performer for the Giants this season, catching at least three passes in seven of nine games and ranking second on the team in every major receiving category. It will be interesting to see if Randle remains Eli Manning's No. 2 target when and if Victor Cruz makes his return to the lineup in Week 10 or after the bye.

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    Giants' Rueben Randle: Active Sunday

    Randle (hamstring) is active for Sunday's contest at Tampa Bay, the Giants' official site reports. Randle's hamstring was likely bothering him more than usual, as he garnered questionable status heading into the Giants' Week 9 tilt, but he'll serve his usual role as the No. 2 option for Eli Manning. With looks all but guaranteed in a pass-heavy attack, Randle could prosper against a Bucs defense that has given up 9.5 YPT and 11 touchdowns to wideouts this season.

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    Giants' Rueben Randle: Expected to play Sunday

    NFL Network's Ian Rapoport indicates that Randle (hamstring) is in line to play Sunday against the Buccaneers. Official confirmation of Randle's Week 9 status will arrive in advance of the Giants' 4:05 ET kickoff, but at this stage it looks like the wideout -- who is listed as questionable for the contest -- will be able to give it a go Sunday.

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