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Jan 8, 2023 0 0 0 0
Jan 1, 2023 2 14 9 0 -1
Dec 24, 2022 4 79 32 0 7
Dec 18, 2022 5 23 7 0 2
Dec 11, 2022 2 42 37 0 4

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2022 46 724 15.74 2 0.00 845.3
2021 26 339 13.04 2 -13 -13.00 433.3
2020 50 751 15.02 3 -1 -0.50 915.7
3y Avg. 41 610 14.88 4 -5 -5.00 835.9
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  • Giants' Darius Slayton: Nearly blanked in playoff loss

    Slayton brought in one of five targets for four yards in the Giants' 38-7 divisional-round loss to the Eagles on Saturday night. A week after posting an impressive 88 receiving yards in a wild-card win over the Vikings, Slayton was nearly shut out altogether versus the suffocating Eagles defense. The quiet finish aside, Slayton appeared to be a good fit in coach Brian Daboll's offense, posting a solid 46-724-2 line on 71 targets across 16 games in the regular season while averaging a career-best 15.7 yards per reception. Slayton's speed and the fact he just turned 26 certainly could make him very viable on the open market, which he's slated to hit at the start of the new league year unless the Giants opt to secure his services prior to that.
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  • Giants' Darius Slayton: Big day in wild-card win

    Slayton caught four of eight targets for 88 yards in Sunday's 31-24 wild-card win over the Vikings. While it wasn't an efficient performance, Slayton provided the Giants with some big plays, including a 47-yard reception late in the first quarter that helped set up New York's second TD of the game. The 26-year-old wideout emerged as one of Daniel Jones' most trusted targets after barely playing to begin the year, but Slayton faces a tough matchup in the divisional round against an Eagles secondary that held him to two catches in their first meeting during the regular season.
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  • Giants' Darius Slayton: Plays just three snaps in finale

    Slayton was on the field for just three snaps and wasn't targeted in Sunday's 22-16 loss to the Eagles. Because the Giants were locked into the No. 6 seed in the NFC playoffs heading into Sunday regardless of how other games around the league played out, head coach Brian Daboll elected to rest several key players. Slayton appeared to be among that group, as the Giants didn't reveal that an injury was behind his minimal playing time. Expect Slayton to reclaim a full-time starting role in the Giants' wild-card matchup with the Vikings this Sunday.
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  • Giants' Darius Slayton: Held in check Week 17

    Slayton caught two of three targets for 14 yards and lost a fumble Sunday in a 38-10 win over the Colts. Slayton entered Week 17 having averaged 68.3 receiving yards in seven contests since New York's Week 9 bye, but he couldn't get much going against Indianapolis. His final catch and target came on the first play of the third quarter, when he hauled in a short pass but coughed up the football to the dismay of a clearly frustrated head coach Brian Daboll. The Giants nonetheless went on to win the game to clinch a playoff berth, and with nothing to gain against Philadelphia in Week 18, it remains to be seen how long (if at all) they'll deploy Slayton and their other starters.
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  • Giants' Darius Slayton: WRs to Sit

    Slayton is my third favorite receiver for the Giants in Week 17, and I would rather start Richie James or Isaiah Hodgins instead. James has the more favorable matchup against the Colts in the slot, and he's hot right now with at least 13 PPR points in four of his past six games. Hodgins is also playing well with at least 15 PPR points in three of his past four outings. Slayton, meanwhile, has scored nine PPR points or less in three of his past five games, and he hasn't scored a touchdown since Week 10. He could see the most of Colts cornerback Stephon Gilmore, and that could be difficult for Slayton to overcome. Consider him a No. 3 Fantasy receiver at best in the majority of leagues.
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  • Giants' Darius Slayton: Strong showing on Christmas Eve

    Slayton caught four of six targets for 79 yards in Saturday's 27-24 loss to the Vikings. While he was a distant fourth in catches and targets for the Giants, Slayton finished the day just 11 receiving yards behind Richie James for the team lead. Since emerging as a key member of an injury-ravaged receiving corps in Week 5, Slayton has topped 60 yards seven times in 11 games, giving him a solid fantasy floor heading into a Week 17 meeting with the Colts.
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  • Giants' Darius Slayton: Sleepers (Start/Sit)

    Slayton, Richie James and Isaiah Hodgins are all worth a look this week against the Vikings, who are No. 3 in most Fantasy points allowed to opposing receivers. Eight receivers have scored at least 12 PPR points against Minnesota in the past four games, and this game has the potential to be a high-scoring affair. Slayton has combined for just 13 PPR points in his past two games against Philadelphia and Washington, but he has scored at least 13 PPR points in three of his past six outings overall. James has 27 PPR points in his past two games, and Hodgins has 15 PPR points in two of his past three games as well.
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  • Giants' Darius Slayton: Sleeper WRs

    Slayton, Richie James and Isaiah Hodgins are all worth a look this week against the Vikings, who are No. 3 in most Fantasy points allowed to opposing receivers. Eight receivers have scored at least 12 PPR points against Minnesota in the past four games, and this game has the potential to be a high-scoring affair. Slayton has combined for just 13 PPR points in his past two games against Philadelphia and Washington, but he has scored at least 13 PPR points in three of his past six outings overall. James has 27 PPR points in his past two games, and Hodgins has 15 PPR points in each of his past three games as well.
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  • Giants' Darius Slayton: Does little with five catches

    Slayton had five receptions (seven targets) for 23 yards in Sunday's 20-12 win over the Commanders. Slayton led all New York wideouts in targets and receptions, but his production left much to be desired from a fantasy perspective. This was the veteran wideout's worst yardage output since taking over as the Giants' defacto No. 1 wideout back in Week 7. The 25-year-old had been performing well in the elevated role, so fantasy managers who were relying on the receiver in fantasy prior to Sunday's dud shouldn't abandon ship. There is a good chance Slayton can bounce back against Minnesota's 31st-ranked pass defense Saturday.
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  • Giants' Darius Slayton: Sleeper WRs

    Slayton was overshadowed by Isaiah Hodgins and Richie James in Week 14 against Philadelphia, but I expect him to rebound this week at Washington. Against the Eagles, Slayton was held to two catches for 42 yards on three targets while James (seven catches for 61 yards and a touchdown on nine targets) and Hodgins (four catches for 38 yards and a touchdown on six targets) each had productive outings. But James (concussion) could be out in Week 15, and Slayton was great against the Commanders in Week 13 with six catches for 90 yards on eight targets. He has at least 13 PPR points in three of his past five games, and I like him as a high-end No. 3 receiver in all leagues for this week.
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  • Giants' Darius Slayton: Sleepers (Start/Sit)

    Slayton was overshadowed by Isaiah Hodgins and Richie James in Week 14 against Philadelphia, but I expect him to rebound this week at Washington. Against the Eagles, Slayton was held to two catches for 42 yards on three targets while James (seven catches for 61 yards and a touchdown on nine targets) and Hodgins (four catches for 38 yards and a touchdown on six targets) each had productive outings. Slayton was great against the Commanders in Week 13 with six catches for 90 yards on eight targets, and hopefully he can repeat that performance. He also has at least 13 PPR points in three of his past five games, and I like him as a high-end No. 3 receiver in all leagues for this week.
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  • Giants' Darius Slayton: Two grabs in Week 14 loss

    Slayton secured two of three targets for 42 yards in the Giants' 48-22 loss to the Eagles on Sunday. Slayton finished second in receiving yards behind Richie James and also recorded a team-long 37-yard grab. The speedster's production represented a downturn, as he'd totaled at least 58 receiving yards in each of the previous six contests. Slayton does have a seven-game streak with multiple receptions going into a Week 15 road rematch with the Commanders next Sunday night.
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  • Giants' Darius Slayton: WRs to Sit

    Slayton had a great game in Week 13 against the Commanders with 15 PPR points, and he has at least 13 PPR points in three of his past four outings. But this is a tough matchup for him in Week 14 against the Eagles, who are No. 6 in fewest Fantasy points allowed to opposing receivers. Slayton could struggle against Darius Slay in this matchup, and I would only start Slayton in three-receiver leagues in Week 14.
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  • Giants' Darius Slayton: Team-high receiving yardage in win

    Slayton secured six of eight targets for 90 yards in the Giants' 20-20 tie with the Commanders on Sunday. Slayton led the Giants in receptions, receiving yards and targets while also recording a game-long 55-yard grab. The speedster has been Daniel Jones' most reliable target in recent weeks as the team's wide receiver corps has fallen victim to multiple injuries -- he has at least 63 receiving yards in five consecutive contests, a sample that now includes a pair of 90-yard tallies. Slayton next takes aim at the tough Eagles secondary in a Week 14 home matchup.
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  • Giants' Darius Slayton: Playing in Week 13

    Slayton (illness) is listed as active Sunday against the Commanders. The Giants held Slayton out of practice Thursday and Friday due to an illness, placing his status for Week 13 in question. Fellow wide receiver Kenny Golladay also came down with an illness Saturday and was added to the team's injury report, while Richie James also had practice limitations this week due to a knee issue. Among those three, only Golladay isn't available to New York's offense Sunday. As for Slayton, he's been the steadiest of the team's wide receivers over the last seven contests, recording at least 50 receiving yards on six occasions while averaging six targets per game.
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  • Giants' Darius Slayton: Expected to play

    Slayton (illness), who is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Commanders, is expected to be healthy enough to play, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Slayton missed the Giants' final two practices of Week 13 due to the illness, but he appears to be making progress as Sunday's 1 p.m. ET kickoff approaches. Managers planning on including Slayton in fantasy lineups this week will still want to make sure that he isn't included among the Giants' list of inactive players, which will be released 90 minutes prior to kickoff.
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  • Giants' Darius Slayton: Questionable with illness

    Slayton (illness) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Commanders, Pat Leonard of the New York Daily News reports. Of the nine Giants deemed questionable to play, Slayton is seemingly one of the better bets given that he's dealing with an illness rather than an injury. He first missed practice Thursday and was held out again Friday, so fantasy managers will want to make sure Slayton isn't listed among the inactives ahead of a 1:00 p.m. ET kickoff this Sunday. Fellow wide receiver Richie James, who has handled most of the slot snaps recently, also is listed as questionable (with a knee injury).
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  • Giants' Darius Slayton: Still not practicing

    Slayton (illness) won't practice Friday, though coach Brian Daboll still hopes the wideout will be able to play Sunday against the Commanders, Ryan Dunleavy of the New York Post reports. The 25-year-old sat out Thursday's practice with an illness and won't be back on the field for Friday's session. Slayton appears headed toward a questionable tag and could be a true game-time decision Sunday against Washington.
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  • Giants' Darius Slayton: Picks up illness

    Slayton didn't practice Thursday due to an illness, Dan Salomone of the Giants' official site reports. Slayton is making a surprise midweek appearance on the Giants' injury report, making him the second member of the team (running back Gary Brightwell) to come down with an illness this week. While Slayton still has a bit of time to improve ahead of Sunday's game against the Commanders, there's a decent chance he's listed as questionable following Thursday's absence. Friday's report may reveal as much.
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  • Giants' Darius Slayton: Leading receiver in loss

    Slayton caught three of six targets for 63 yards in Thursday's 28-20 loss to the Cowboys. Most of his real estate came on a 44-yard grab in the second quarter that set up a one-yard TD plunge by Saquon Barkley, as the Giants' offense was kept mostly in check in the second half. Slayton still led the team in receiving yards on the afternoon, as he topped 60 yards for the fourth straight game. The fourth-year wideout remains Daniel Jones' top target heading into a Week 13 clash with the Commanders.
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