New York Giants

Stadium: MetLife Stadium | Coach: Ben McAdoo
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense25th88.2 (29th)242.4 (17th)
Defense10th88.6 (3rd)251.1 (23rd)


Sun Sep 11
W 20 - 19at DAL
Sun Sep 18
W 16 - 13NO
Sun Sep 25
L 29 - 27WAS
Mon Oct 3
L 24 - 10at MIN
Sun Oct 9
L 23 - 16at GB
Sun Oct 16
W 27 - 23BAL
Sun Oct 23
W 17 - 10at LAR
Sun Nov 6
W 28 - 23PHI
Mon Nov 14
W 21 - 20CIN
Sun Nov 20
W 22 - 16CHI
Sun Nov 27
W 27 - 13at CLE
Sun Dec 4
L 24 - 14at PIT
Sun Dec 11
W 10 - 7DAL
Sun Dec 18
W 17 - 6DET
Thu Dec 22
L 24 - 19at PHI
Sun Jan 1
W 19 - 10at WAS
Sun Jan 8
L 38 - 13at GB


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Giants' Will Johnson: Nearing full recovery
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Johnson (neck) is back in the weight room and nearing a full recovery, reports.

After signing a two-year deal with the Giants last summer, Johnson landed on injured reserve before the 2016 season started due to a neck injury. He's now back in the weight room and appears fully recovered, as evidenced by Johnson's Instagram video from Thursday of himself deadlifting 300 pounds three times in a row. Given his progress to date, the West Virginia product should be good to go for OTAs come April.

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Giants' Zak DeOssie: Signs two-year extension with Giants
by RotoWire Staff | Special to

DeOssie signed a two-year extension with the Giants on Friday, James Kratch of reports.

The long snapper, now 33, has spent his entire career with the Giants. DeOssie is one of just two remaining Giants (along with Eli Manning) who played on both of their recent Super Bowl championship teams. He also successfully played in all 16 games last season after an injury-plagued 2015 campaign.

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Giants' Roger Lewis: Poised for more work next season
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Lewis will have a chance to increase his workload in 2017 due to the release of Victor Cruz, reports.

As an undrafted free agent, Lewis never seriously threatened the trio of Odell Beckham, Sterling Shepard, and Cruz for snaps, but his ability on special teams helped him avoid the inactive list starting in Week 4 last season. Despite starting for Cruz in Week 10, Lewis never posted more than one reception in a given game, finishing the campaign with seven receptions (on 19 targets) for 97 yards and two touchdowns across 13 contests. Lewis far outpaced fellow wideout Tavarres King in terms of snaps -- 207 versus 76 -- but the latter showed late-season promise as a receiver, gathering in a 44-yard pass in Week 17 before notching the Giants' only touchdown during their wild-card defeat in Green Bay. As a result, King may have a leg up this offseason, but Lewis will nonetheless compete for the third receiver job behind Beckham and Shepard.

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Giants' Tavarres King: In line for elevated workload in 2017
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

King will have an opportunity to fill the shoes of the recently released Victor Cruz in 2017, reports.

Last season, the Giants' passing attack largely revolved around Odell Beckham, Sterling Shepard, Victor Cruz, and Will Tye, each of whom received at least 70 targets. Among the remaining skill position players, only running back Rashad Jennings (42) surpassed 25, while the next most utilized wideout was Roger Lewis with 19. Meanwhile, King carried just one six-yard catch into Week 17, when he doubled his reception count with a 44-yard grab. Proving it wasn't an aberration, Lewis recorded the Giants' sole touchdown in a three-catch, 73-yard performance in their wild-card loss at Green Bay. With Cruz now out of the picture, King will have every chance to lock down a regular role on the outside.

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Giants' Paul Perkins: Elevates to Giants' No. 1 RB
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Perkins is poised for a larger workload during the 2017 season following the release of Rashad Jennings on Monday, reports.

Perkins bided his time as a rookie behind Jennings and Shane Vereen, earning his first touches in Week 4 and reaching the Giants' Week 8 bye with just eight rushes and six receptions to his name. Once November rolled around, though, he was allotted double-digit carries in six of 10 games (including playoffs), the final two of which he acted as the starting running back. Moving forward, Perkins won't be shackled by the presence of Jennings, but pass-catching back Vereen is still in the picture, assuming he recovers fully from surgery on his triceps and isn't a cap casualty in the coming months.

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