Recent Games

date rec
Receiving Yards
Longest Reception
Receiving Touchdowns
Fantasy Points
Jan 1, 2023 4 42 19 1 10
Dec 24, 2022 8 89 29 1 14
Dec 18, 2022 4 37 19 0 3
Dec 11, 2022 4 38 15 1 11
Dec 4, 2022 5 44 12 1 10


Opponent Game Opp RK Opp FPTS
vs 28 22
@ 5 17
@ 27 22
vs 4 17
@ 18 20
@ 24 21
vs 16 20
vs 1 13
@ 15 20
@ 28 22
@ 16 20
vs 19 20
- -
vs 13 19
@ 10 18
@ 6 18
vs 20 21
vs 6 18

Fantasy Stats

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Year rec
Receiving Yards
Average Yards per Reception
Receiving Touchdowns
Rushing Yards
Average Yards per Rush
Fantasy Points
Fantasy Points per Game
2022 37 392 10.59 4 0.00 636.3
2021 0.00 0.00
3y Avg. 18 196 10.89 2 0.00 315.2
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Fantasy News

  • Giants' Isaiah Hodgins: Re-signs with Giants

    The Giants re-signed Hodgins to a one-year contract Thursday. Hodgins, 24, was scheduled to be an exclusive rights free agent but is returning to the Giants after being claimed off waivers from the Bills in November. He quickly evolved into an every-down receiver for New York and was a prominent red-zone target for Daniel Jones. Hodgins finished the season with 33 catches for 351 yards and four touchdowns in eight games with the Giants and caught nine more balls for 108 yards and one score in two playoff contests. He should face more competition for targets and playing time in 2023, assuming the Giants find much-needed upgrades at the position.
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  • Giants' Isaiah Hodgins: Breaks out near end of campaign

    Hodgins recorded one catch for three yards on two targets in the Giants' 38-7 loss to the Eagles on Jan. 21 in the divisional round of the playoffs. Hodgins began the season on Buffalo's practice squad and didn't see game action until Week 5, when he caught four passes for 41 yards in a win over Pittsburgh. The Bills cut him three weeks later, and he subsequently latched on with the Giants. The move to New York proved to be fruitful, as he logged over 60 percent of the team's offensive snaps in all 10 of the regular-season and playoff contests in which he played, producing a collective 42-459-5 receiving line on 53 targets during that stretch. Hodgins really got going in Week 13 against Washington, tallying five catches for 44 yards and his first NFL touchdown, and he proceeded to find the end zone in three of his final four regular-season contests. His best game of the campaign then came in New York's wild-card round playoff victory over Minnesota, as he tallied eight catches on nine targets for 105 yards and another score. Hodgins enters the offseason as an exclusive rights free agent, meaning that New York has to offer him only a one-year, league-minimum contract to ensure he stays with the team. Given his late-season ascent up the team's receiver depth chart, the choice to bring Hodgins back will be a no-brainer for the Giants.
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  • Giants' Isaiah Hodgins: Clear for divisional round

    Hodgins (ankle) doesn't have a designation for Saturday's divisional-round game at Philadelphia, Pat Leonard of the New York Daily News reports. Hodgins was listed as limited on all three of the Giants' injury reports this week, but his ankle issue won't stop him from suiting up for the second round of the postseason. Since landing with the team prior to Week 10, he's been one of its top three wide receivers along with Darius Slayton and Richie James, gathering in 41 of 51 targets for 456 yards and five touchdowns over the past nine games.
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  • Giants' Isaiah Hodgins: Remains limited Wednesday

    Hodgins (ankle) was a limited participant during Wednesday's practice, Ralph Vacchiano of Fox Sports reports. Hodgins didn't do much during the Giants' walk-through practice Tuesday and remained limited Wednesday due to an ankle injury he presumably suffered during the team's wild-card win over Minnesota this past weekend. The severity of the issue remains unclear, but as of now, Hodgins doesn't appear to be in danger of missing Saturday's divisional-round matchup against Philadelphia. The Oregon State product topped the century mark in the postseason opener, finishing with eight receptions on nine targets for 105 yards and a score, and he has quickly turned into Daniel Jones' top pass catcher. Over the Giants' past six games, Hodgins has totaled 33 catches on 42 targets for 355 yards and five scores.
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  • Giants' Isaiah Hodgins: Limited in Tuesday's walk-through

    Hodgins was a limited participant Tuesday in the Giants' walk-through practice due to an ankle injury, Dan Salomone of the team's official site reports. Hodgins is tending to an injury in the aftermath of this past Sunday's 31-24 win over the Vikings in the wild-card round, but the ankle issue isn't anything that's expected to keep him off the field in Saturday's matchup with the Eagles in the divisional round. In the victory over the Vikings, Hodgins played 91 percent of the Giants' snaps on offense and finished with eight catches for a career-high 105 yards and a touchdown on nine targets.
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  • Giants' Isaiah Hodgins: Tops century mark against Vikings

    Hodgins caught eight of nine targets for 105 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 31-24 wild-card win over the Vikings. The 24-year-old's second-half breakout carried on into the playoffs as Hodgins recorded his first career 100-yard performance at the best possible time. He also found his way into the end zone for the fifth time in his last six games, hauling in a 14-yard toss from Daniel Jones late in the first quarter to give the Giants their first lead of the day. One of those earlier TDs came against the same Eagles secondary Hodgins will be facing in the divisional round, part of the 4-38-1 line on six targets he amassed in a Week 14 loss.
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  • Giants' Isaiah Hodgins: Scores again Sunday

    Hodgins recorded four catches on five targets for 42 yards and a touchdown in the Giants' Week 17 win over the Colts on Sunday. Hodgins' volume was modest, though he did tie for second on the team in receiving yards and finished second with four catches and five targets. However, the wideout once again got into the end zone, connecting with quarterback Daniel Jones for a six-yard score in the second quarter. The touchdown was Hodgins' fourth in his past five games, and he has caught at least four passes each week during that stretch. That gives him a decent floor from a fantasy perspective, though it's uncertain how New York will deploy its players Week 18 against Philadelphia. The Giants clinched a playoff berth with the win over the Colts and have nothing to gain with a victory next Sunday.
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  • Giants' Isaiah Hodgins: Week 17 Early Waiver Targets (Add/Drop)

    Wide receiver remains a big need for the Giants, but Hodgins and Richie James have helped provide some stability at the position, and they took advantage of an ideal matchup against the Vikings in Week 16. James had one more yard than Hodgins, but Hodgins was the one who found the end zone, the third time in his past four games he's done so. Hodgins has basically been playing every down for the Giants over the past month and has to be in the WR3/4 discussion for Week 17 against the Colts. James is also in that discussion.
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  • Giants' Isaiah Hodgins: Career-best performance

    Hodgins caught eight of 11 targets for 89 yards and a touchdown in Saturday's 27-24 loss to the Vikings. The TD came on a seven-yard toss from Daniel Jones in the second quarter, giving Hodgins his third score in the last four games, while his catches and yards were both career highs. A sixth-round pick of the Bills in 2020, Hodgins has arguably been Jones' most trusted receiver over the last month, posting a 21-208-3 line on 27 targets in those four games ahead of a Week 17 matchup with the Colts.
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  • Giants' Isaiah Hodgins: Another touchdown in loss

    Hodgins brought in four of six targets for 38 yards and a touchdown in the Giants' 48-22 loss to the Eagles on Sunday. Hodgins once again found a way to be a bright spot despite the ugly loss for the Giants, recording a touchdown grab for the second straight week. Hodgins has at least three receptions in four straight games and has moved into a steady complementary role in a makeshift New York receiving corps.
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  • Giants' Isaiah Hodgins: Week 14 Waiver Priority List

    We'll see if Hodgins starts to get a bigger role for the Giants, who need help in their receiving corps. He has 10 targets in his past two games against Dallas and Washington, and he had five catches for 44 yards and a touchdown against the Commanders. In deeper leagues, it's worth taking a look at Hodgins for 1 percent of your remaining FAB, although he has a tough matchup against Philadelphia in Week 14.
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  • Giants' Isaiah Hodgins: Remains involved on Thanksgiving

    Hodgins corralled three of four targets for 31 yards in Thursday's Week 12 loss to Dallas. Hodgins finished fourth on the team in both targets and receptions and third with 31 receiving yards. Darius Slayton remained the team's top wideout, and Saquon Barkley was active as usual in the passing game out of the backfield, but it was Richie James (five catches for 41 yards and a touchdown) who stepped up his production with Wan'Dale Robinson (knee) ruled out for the season. Nonetheless, Hodgins maintained a significant role with 40 offensive snaps and three catches. He thus far has played at least 60 percent of the offensive snaps and tallied at least 29 yards in each of his three games with New York, but he hasn't topped three catches or 41 yards in any of those contests, so he's a fantasy target only in very deep leagues at this point.
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  • Giants' Isaiah Hodgins: Logs three catches but loses fumble

    Hodgins secured all three of his targets for 29 yards in a Week 11 loss to Detroit on Sunday. He also lost a fumble. Hodgins tied for fourth on the team in both targets and receiving yards, and he's emerged as an offensive contributor with five catches on five targets for 70 yards over the past two weeks. However, the third-year wideout also cost the Giants with a lost fumble in the fourth quarter that Detroit turned into a touchdown to essentially seal the win. Despite the miscue, Hodgins could see his opportunities increase if Wan'Dale Robinson -- who hurt his ankle in the contest and was seen on crutches afterward -- is forced to miss Thursday's Thanksgiving clash against the Cowboys.
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  • Giants' Isaiah Hodgins: Claimed off waivers

    The Giants claimed Hodgins off waivers from the Bills on Wednesday, Dan Salomone of reports. Hodgins was waived by Buffalo on Tuesday and claimed by New York on Wednesday. The Giants recently traded Kadarius Toney to the Chiefs and are still dealing with injuries to Richie James (concussion), Kenny Golladay (knee), Sterling Shepard (knee) and Collin Johnson (Achilles), so Hodgins figures to provide depth at wideout but isn't expected to garner a major offensive role.
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  • Bills' Isaiah Hodgins: Inactive Sunday

    Hodgins is inactive for Sunday night's game against the Packers. Hodgins is the odd man out in the Bills' Week 8 wideout corps, with Stefon Diggs, Gabe Davis, Isaiah McKenzie, Jake Kumerow and Khalil Shakir all available to face the Packers on Sunday.
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  • Bills' Isaiah Hodgins: Highly involved in limited snaps

    Hodgins recorded four receptions for 41 yards on six targets while playing 12 snaps on offense in Sunday's 38-3 win over the Steelers. Suiting up in just his second NFL game after being signed off the practice squad Saturday, Hodgins proved to be a popular target for both Josh Allen and Case Keenum during his limited time on the field. Though he was efficient with his opportunities, Hodgins didn't have a role on special teams in the resounding win, which could be detrimental to his chances of dressing most weeks when the Bills have more healthy receivers available. Isaiah McKenzie (concussion) and Jake Kumerow (ankle) were both sidelined Week 5, and if the two are available for the Bills' Week 6 matchup with the Chiefs, Hodgins may find himself as the sixth man on the depth chart.
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  • Bills' Isaiah Hodgins: Big game in preseason win

    Hodgins caught nine of 11 targets for 77 yards in Saturday's preseason win over Indianapolis. The Buffalo offense struggled early, but the team moved the ball well once third-stringer Matt Barkley took over at quarterback, at which point Hodgins and rookie teammate Khalil Shakir became the stars. Those two are in a tight competition with several receivers for the final spot or two over the preseason, though the Bills could start the season with six wideouts if players like Hodgins keep making such a strong case for the final roster.
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  • Bills' Isaiah Hodgins: Shines in practice

    Hodgins scored two touchdowns during Monday's 11-on-11 sessions, Grace Heidinger of the Bills' official site reports. Coach Sean McDermott stated that he feels Hodgins is playing his best football and is impressed with the way he's played throughout camp. While Stefon Diggs, Gabriel Davis and Isaiah McKenzie seem like locks to make the team, there's a logjam of players trying to land the last 2-to-3 available spots. Hodgins, a sixth-round rookie from 2020, has struggled with injuries to date in his pro career, but he's healthy now and appears to be making his case for a spot on the final roster.
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  • Bills' Isaiah Hodgins: Returns to action

    Hodgins (undisclosed) was participating at minicamp Wednesday, Matt Parrino of reports. Hodgins was held out of practice last week due to the unspecified injury, but it apparently wasn't a serious issue. The 23-year-old spent most of the 2021 campaign on the practice squad and appeared in one game for Buffalo.
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  • Bills' Isaiah Hodgins: Sticks with Bills

    Hodgins signed a reserve/future contract with the Bills on Monday. Hodgins spent the season on Buffalo's practice squad after failing to make the season-opening roster. The 2020 sixth-round pick was elevated for one game this year and played four offensive snaps without receiving a target.
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