Player Outlook
Golladay's 2021 was one to forget. He missed three games due to injury and set career lows in catch rate, yards per target, yards per catch, and yards per game. He had one game with more than 70 yards and did not find the end zone even once. But he's still the only receiver on this roster who has ever put together a full season like his 2019 campaign, so if Brian Daboll does get things turned around, Golladay is still the best bet to be the team's No. 1 wide receiver. No Giants wide receiver should be drafted in the single-digit rounds, but both Golladay and Kadarius Toney should go shortly after Round 10. In Dynasty, Golladay is one of the cheapest buy-low receivers who could be a boost to a win-now team. See if you can get him for a Round 3 rookie pick.

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2021 37 521 14.08 0.00 523.7
2020 20 338 16.90 2 0.00 459
3y Avg. 41 683 16.66 4 0.00 927.7
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  • Giants' Kenny Golladay: One catch in preseason opener

    Golladay caught one of three targets for six yards in Thursday's 23-21 preseason win over the Patriots. Golladay and starting quarterback Daniel Jones failed to connect twice on the opening drive, including on 3rd-and-6 from New England's seven-yard line. The veteran receiver finally got his hands on the ball to cap New York's second drive, gaining six yards on 3rd-and-18 before both Jones and Golladay subbed out for the remainder of the game. Locked in as a starting wide receiver for Big Blue, Golladay's likely to keep seeing modest usage throughout the preseason, including the team's home game against the Bengals next Sunday.
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  • Giants' Kenny Golladay: Could see action in preseason opener

    Coach Brian Daboll indicated Sunday that he's not inclined to rest any of his team's healthy players in Thursday's preseason opener against the Patriots, Ryan Dunleavy of the New York Post reports. Golladay didn't play in the 2021 preseason due to a hamstring injury, but he's been able to practice of late. If Golladay can stay healthy and return to being a threat on contested catches downfield, Dan Duggan of The Athletic suggests that the 6-foot-4, 213-pounder can add a vertical dimension to the Giants offense this coming season. If that scenario plays out as hoped, Golladay -- who logged a 37-521-0 stat line in 14 games last year -- profiles as a fantasy bounce-back candidate while working as a key cog in a New York wide receiver corps that also includes Kadarius Toney (knee), Sterling Shepard (Achilles) and Wan'Dale Robinson.
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  • Giants' Kenny Golladay: Sheds red jersey at OTAs

    Golladay (undisclosed) is practicing Thursday without a red jersey, Ryan Dunleavy of the New York Post reports. Golladay spent nearly a week taking limited reps at OTAs while wearing a red jersey, but it now appears that he's back to full form. Coach Brian Daboll never disclosed the full details of Golladay's health, but it seems like he was only dealing with a minor injury. Now heading into the second season of his four-year, $72 million contract with the Giants, staying on the field will be a clear priority for Golladay as he works to establish himself as the No. 1 target for Daniel Jones.
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  • Giants' Kenny Golladay: Limited in practice

    Coach Brian Daboll said Thursday that Golladay (undisclosed) is participating in OTAs while wearing a red jersey at practice, Pat Leonard of the New York Daily News reports. Daboll said Kadarius Toney (undisclosed) is also wearing a red jersey, but he opted not to comment further on either wideout's injuries. It's completely possible that the Giants are simply taking a cautious approach to the health of both Golladay and Toney, but the situation will warrant monitoring until more details are disclosed. Coming off a disappointing 2021 campaign in which he fought with injuries, only racking up a 37-521-0 line through 14 appearances, it will be key for Golladay to remain healthy for the 2022 season.
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  • Giants' Kenny Golladay: Finishes season with three catches

    Golladay brought in three of five targets for 22 yards in the Giants' 22-7 loss to Washington on Sunday. The veteran tied for second in receptions on the afternoon despite his very modest tally, but it was emblematic of the state of the Giants' air attack under Jake Fromm. Golladay's first season in New York arguably couldn't have gone much worse relative to expectations, as the prized offseason addition finished with a 37-521 line over 14 games and never found the end zone. Poor quarterback play certainly helped sabotage Golladay's prospects, and he'll have to hope a return to health by Daniel Jones (IR-neck) in 2022 helps correct a lot of what went wrong.
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  • Giants' Kenny Golladay: One target, no catches

    Golladay failed to haul in his lone target during Sunday's 29-3 road loss to the Bears. The Giants passing game is abominable, and no receiver on the team is worth a look unless you are beyond desperate. Jake Fromm will take over for Mike Glennon at quarterback for Week 18, but he's a long shot to make a difference.
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  • Giants' Kenny Golladay: Clear leader of WR group this week

    The Giants may be down to Golladay and practice-squad call ups as their options at wide receiver Sunday in Chicago, Zack Rosenblatt of The Newark Star-Ledger reports. On the one hand, it works in favor of Golladay seeing more targets, following three straight games with exactly eight. On the other, it's yet another factor working against the Giants offense, which has been worst-in-the-league material throughout the second half of the season. Golladay hasn't topped three catches or 53 yards since Week 4, and he's unlikely to put up strong efficiency numbers with Jake Fromm and Mike Glennon at quarterback.
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  • Giants' Kenny Golladay: Another forgettable afternoon

    Golladay brought in three of eight targets for 22 yards in the Giants' 34-10 loss to the Eagles on Sunday. Golladay was second on the team in receiving yards, but considering his actual total, that certainly qualifies as faint praise. The veteran offseason addition has unquestionably disappointed from both a football and fantasy sense during his first season in the Big Apple, but a significant chunk of the blame falls on the spotty play of the Giants' revolving door of quarterbacks. That was certainly a major factor in Sunday's meager production, and with either Jake Fromm or Mike Glennon slated to be under center again in Week 17 on the road against the Bears, Golladay's outlook is dim to say the least.
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  • Giants' Kenny Golladay: Leads team in receiving yards

    Golladay brought in three of seven targets for 53 yards in the Giants' 21-6 loss to the Cowboys on Sunday. Golladay's receiving yardage total led the Giants on an afternoon during which Mike Glennon and Jake Fromm combined to throw for just 178 yards. The veteran's upside continues to be capped by the revolving door and sub-par play under center, and Sunday's yardage tally counts as his highest since Week 4. Golladay's prospects of boosting his production in a Week 16 road divisional clash against the Eagles appear bleak irrespective of who's throwing him the ball.
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  • Giants' Kenny Golladay: Two catches in Week 14

    Golladay caught two passes for 15 yards on eight targets in Sunday's 37-21 loss to the Chargers. Much like his struggles in general over the 2021 season, Golladay can't be entirely blamed for his disappointing results against the Chargers. Golladay makes his living downfield and on the sideline, where replacement quarterback Mike Glennon is weakest as a passer, but 15 yards on eight targets is still difficult to accept. Perhaps Golladay won't get it going during his first year with the Giants, but his next shot is against the Cowboys in Week 15.
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  • Giants' Kenny Golladay: On track to play

    Golladay (ribs) is expected to play Sunday against the Chargers, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Golladay suffered an injury to his ribs in the Giants' Week 13 defeat to Miami. After logging limited practices both Thursday and Friday, Golladay appears on track to be active and not miss any full games. Even so, it will be important to check the official inactives prior to kickoff at 4:05 P.M. ET. Golladay has yet to truly get on track in New York, as he's surpassed five receptions in only one of his nine games this season and reached 50 yards only four times.
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  • Giants' Kenny Golladay: Listed as questionable

    Golladay (ribs) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Chargers, Dan Salomone of the Giants' official site reports. Dan Duggan of The Athletic believes Golladay and Shepard (quad) both are on track to play, while rookie Kadarius Toney (quad) officially is ruled out. It'll be Mike Glennon (concussion) throwing the passes Sunday after he received clearance from an independent neurologist to play. The Giants are scheduled for a 4:05 p.m. ET kickoff.
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  • Giants' Kenny Golladay: Back as limited participant

    Golladay (ribs) practiced in a limited fashion Thursday, Dan Salomone of the Giants' official site reports. New York's top three wide receivers all logged some activity Thursday, with Golladay, Sterling Shepard (quadriceps) and Kadarius Toney (oblique) termed limited participants. According to Dan Duggan of The Athletic, Golladay looked crisp while running routes in individual drills. Friday's injury report will reveal whether Golladay heads into the weekend with a designation or gets a clean bill of health ahead of Sunday's road game against the Chargers.
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  • Giants' Kenny Golladay: Not able to practice

    Golladay (ribs) is listed as a non-participant at Wednesday's practice, Zack Rosenblatt of The Newark Star-Ledger reports. Rosenblatt suggests Golladay tried to go through individual drills but was "moving gingerly" and then went off to the side with the training staff. Other non-participants Wednesday were wide receiver Kadarius Toney (oblique/quadriceps) and quarterback Mike Glennon (concussion), while wideout Sterling Shepard (quadriceps) and quarterback Daniel Jones (neck) managed limited practices.
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  • Giants' Kenny Golladay: Plays through injury

    Golladay recorded three receptions on five targets for 37 yards in Sunday's 20-9 loss to the Dolphins. Golladay got off to a fast start, as he recorded all three of his receptions by the team's first drive of the second quarter. However, he wasn't able to retake the field until early in the second half after he suffered a rib injury. After the game, Golladay told the media that he underwent X-rays that revealed no fractures to his ribs, per Art Stapleton of The Bergen Record. While it appears that he avoided serious injury, it will be worth monitoring Golladay's practice status heading into a Week 14 matchup against the Chargers.
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  • Giants' Kenny Golladay: Back in Sunday's game

    Golladay (ribs) returned to Sunday's game in Miami, Art Stapleton of The Bergen Record reports. Golladay was knocked from the contest in the first half with a rib injury, but he was able to rejoin his offensive teammates after intermission. He'll look to continue building on what so far has been a three-catch, 37-yard performance on three targets.
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  • Giants' Kenny Golladay: Injures ribs Sunday

    Golladay was forced out of Sunday's game against the Dolphins with a rib injury, Ralph Vacchiano of SportsNet New York reports. Prior to his exit, Golladay had caught all three of his targets for 37 yards. In his absence, Darius Slayton, John Ross, Pharoh Cooper and Collin Johnson will handle the Giants' Week 13 wideout duties.
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  • Giants' Kenny Golladay: Makes three catches

    Golladay caught three passes for 50 yards on seven targets against Philadelphia on Sunday. Matched up with standout corner Darius Slay much of the day, Golladay had a difficult task Sunday and his efficiency dragged accordingly. It's been a frustrating season for Golladay and he gets another potentially challenging matchup against Xavien Howard and Byron Jones in Miami in Week 13, so it's difficult to see him as much more than a boom-or-bust proposition. Be it his fault or an unavoidable outcome of the circumstances, the "boom" part hasn't happened much to this point in his Giants tenure.
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  • Giants' Kenny Golladay: Catches one pass in loss

    Golladay caught one of two targets for 12 yards in Monday's 30-10 loss to the Buccaneers. Golladay played 76 percent of the New York's offensive snaps, the most of any Giants wide receiver. His one-catch performance marks another disappointing outing in a forgettable first season In New York for the veteran wideout, who has also missed three games due to injury and exited early in one other.
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  • Giants' Kenny Golladay: Quiet in return

    Golladay recorded two catches on two targets for 28 yards in Sunday's 23-16 win over the Raiders. Golladay returned from a three-game absence, though the Giants' offensive game plan didn't allow any receivers to see significant volume. Daniel Jones took to the air only 20 times, and five different receivers saw multiple targets. The positive news is that Golladay made the most of the opportunities he did see, racking up 14 yards on both of his receptions. He also appears to have not suffered any type of setback and will have an additional week to rest as the Giants head into their Week 10 bye.
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