• by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

    Giants WR Ruben Randle has TD in back-to-back games

    Giantswide receiver Rueben Randle had three catches on six targets for 31 yards and a touchdown Sunday against the Bills.Randle has scored a touchdown in back-to-back games, but he wasn't close to matching the 116 yards he had in Week 3. Odell Beckham continues to dominate the targets.While Randle has shown to be a solid No. 2 option, he has been terribly inconsistent, posting two games with fewer than 25 yards. Up next is a Week 5 game against the 49ers, who have struggled against the pass this season.

  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

    Giants QB Eli Manning shines on three-touchdown Sunday

    Giants quarterback Eli Manning completed 20 of 35 passes for 212 yards and three touchdowns Sunday against the Bills. He also threw an interception and fumbled once, though his team recovered.Manning connected with only five receivers, but he spread out his scores, passing touchdown passes to Rashad Jennings, Dwayne Harris and Rueben Randle. He has thrown multiple touchdowns in three straight games, and his pick was the first time he's been picked off all season. Up next is a Week 5 matchup against a San Francisco defense that has been lit up by opposing quarterbacks this season.

  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

    Giants WR Rueben Randle enjoys big performance in Week 3 win

    Giants wide receiver Rueben Randle caught all seven of his targets for 116 yards and a touchdown in Thursday's 32-21 win over the Redskins. Randle was fortunate to catch a tipped pass in tight coverage for a 41-yard touchdown, but even without the big play, this would've easily been his biggest game so far this season. Of course, it probably shouldn't be taken as a sign of things to come, with Victor Cruz (hamstring) potentially returning as soon as Week 4 in Buffalo. Randle should still get plenty of snaps, but he may only be the third or fourth option in a passing game that's heavily reliant on Odell Beckham.

  • by Michael Hurcomb | Fantasy Writer

    Coughlin: Rueben Randle (knee) expected to practice Wednesday

    Giants wide receiver Rueben Randle, who has been battling knee tendinitis for a few weeks, is expected to practice Wednesday, coach Tom Coughlin said Tuesday.

  • by Shawn Krest | CBSSports.com

    Knee tendinitis forces Giants' Rueben Randle to leave practice

    Giants wide receiver Rueben Randle was forced to leave Tuesday's practice early, per NJ.com. Randle has been battling knee tendinitis, and the pain in his knee caused the early end to his day. "We thought he was doing pretty good last night," coach Tom Coughlin said, although he didn't sound like the knee problem was serious.

  • by Larry Hartstein | Senior Analyst

    Rueben Randle closes out 2014 with a bang

    Giants wideout Rueben Randle finished the season with his second straight 100-yard performance, catching six passes for 158 yards against the Eagles. Randle hauled in 12 balls for 290 yards and a touchdown over the past two weeks. Randle finished his third season with career highs of 71 catches for 938 yards, with four touchdowns. He's entering the final year of his rookie deal.

  • by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer

    Rueben Randle not overshadowed for once

    Since the emergence of rookie Odell Beckham in Week 9, and especially since his even bigger emergence in Week 12, wide receiver Rueben Randle has been an afterthought in the Giants passing game, averaging 2.3 catches for 31.8 yards in the four games leading up to Week 16 at St. Louis. But quarterback Eli Manning finally had enough yards to go around in that one, delivering Beckham his usual eight grabs for 148 yards and still finding Randle on six passes for 132 yards. Randle even caught a touchdown pass, his first since Week 5. Of course, Beckham caught two and is now up to eight in his last five games, averaging 9.6 catches for 131.4 yards during that stretch. You see the problem here, don't you? Manning was able to sustain both Beckham and Randle in this one, but that's only because he threw for a season-high 391 yards. If he regresses to a more modest total Week 17 against Philadelphia, we all know Randle is the one taking a back seat. Beckham has other-worldly talent, and Manning is smart enough to deliver him the ball as often as possible. Of course, the Giants will probably have to throw a lot to keep pace with the Eagles, which bodes well for Randle, but you should still treat him as no more than a No. 3 wide receiver in Fantasy.

  • by Larry Hartstein | Senior Analyst

    Rueben Randle goes off for a career-high 132 yards, TD

    Giants receiver Rueben Randle caught six passes for a career-high 132 yards and a touchdown in the Week 16 win at St. Louis. It was only the second 100-yard game this season for Randle, who's up to three touchdowns. Randle caught each of his targets. He started the game after coming off the bench the two previous weeks for being late to meetings. Randle will try to finish strong Week 17 against the Eagles.

  • by Michael Hurcomb | Fantasy Writer

    Giants WR Rueben Randle benched for a quarter again Week 15

    Giants wide receiver Rueben Randle was benched for the first quarter again Week 15 against the Redskins for apparent disciplinary reasons. However, this time neither coach Tom Coughlin or Randle would reveal the reason for Randle's benching. He entered the game in the second quarter, which is exactly how the situation played out in Week 13 against the Jaguars after sitting out the first quarter because he was late for a team meeting. Randle, who was targeted four times, finished with two catches for 30 yards. The Giants are back in action Week 16 at St. Louis.

  • by Michael Hurcomb | Fantasy Writer

    Giants WR Rueben Randle held to one catch Week 14

    Giants wide receiver Rueben Randle might not have faced any disciplinary action Sunday at Tennessee a week after being benched for a quarter for missing a team meeting. However, you could hardly tell by Randle's production he was active for four quarters Week 14. The third-year receiver had just one catch for 9 yards in a 36-7 win. He was targeted three times. The one catch was a season low for Randle, who hasn't had a touchdown in eight games. The Giants are back in action Week 15 against the Redskins. Randle had eight catches for 89 yards in Week 4 against Washington.