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We expect Robinson to compete to be the second option in the Giants passing game behind Malik Nabers in 2024. In redraft, that means he's worth a pick sometime after Round 12, at best. Robinson has appeared in just 21 of 34 games in his first two years in the league and he's only reached the end zone twice in that span, but on the six occasions that he has received at least seven targets he's averaged 14.4 PPR Fantasy points per game. His skill set could work even better with Malik Nabers drawing all of the attention, but it is hard to believe the Giants will have a passing game that will support multiple pass-catchers. Robinson is more valuable in Dynasty leagues due to his age and the hope that he'll be paired with a better QB in the future.

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2023 60 525 8.75 1 87 9.67 644.3
2022 23 227 9.87 1 -1 -0.50 274.5
3y Avg. 42 376 8.95 1 43 7.17 353.2
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  • Giants' Wan'Dale Robinson: Feels faster than ever

    Robinson said Wednesday he's measured new career-high GPS speeds in practice and feels a "night-and-day" difference physically compared to last offseason, when he was rehabbing a serious knee injury, Dan Salomone of the Giants' official site reports. Robinson had his 2022 rookie season cut short due to an ACL tear, and while he returned to play 15 regular-season games in 2023 en route to a 60-525-1 receiving line, it's reasonable to believe that his knee was still less than 100 percent. A truly healthy offseason should pave the road to Robinson taking a step forward Year 3, especially with the addition of rookie first-rounder Malik Nabers to attract more attention from opposing defenses. Still, questions remain about the passing game's overall effectiveness, especially with starting quarterback Daniel Jones (knee) now recovering from an ACL tear of his own. Darius Slayton (undisclosed) is also expected to start in three-wideout sets, with Jalin Hyatt, Allen Robinson Isaiah Hodgins and Isaiah McKenzie competing for depth reps.
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  • Giants' Wan'Dale Robinson: Should be in mix for steady targets

    Robinson could challenge for the team lead in targets even though the Giants took Malik Nabers with the sixth overall pick in the 2024 NFL Draft, according to Dan Salomone and Matt Citak of the team's official site. The three writers surveyed from Giants.com all agreed Nabers is a favorite to lead the team in targets, with two of the three mentioning Robinson as a candidate to give the rookie a run for his money. A 2022 second-round pick, Robinson got 31 targets on 164 routes (18.9 percent) his rookie year before he suffered an ACL tear, then had 78 looks on 490 routes (15.9 percent) last season. While he's never drawn targets at a particularly high rate, he did have a decent run of production after New York's Week 13 bye last season, averaging 4.8 catches for 52.0 yards over the final five games while taking three carries for 60 yards and a TD. A healthy offseason without rehab from major surgery should help the 23-year-old improve in 2024, though he may still be largely limited to the slot and is both smaller and slower than Nabers. The Giants' other wide receivers -- Darius Slayton, Jalin Hyatt, Isaiah Hodgins, Isaiah McKenzie, etc. -- are all guys that wouldn't be likely to see too many targets even if they got a lot of playing time. Nabers and Robinson mostly figure to work with QB Drew Lock this offseason, as Daniel Jones is still rehabbing from an ACL tear.
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  • Giants' Wan'Dale Robinson: Leading receiver in Week 18 win

    Robinson caught five of six targets for 85 yards in Sunday's 27-10 win over the Eagles. He led the Giants in receiving yards on the day while tying Darren Waller and Darius Slayton for the team lead in catches. The 85 yards were also a season high for Robinson. The second-year wideout began to establish a consistent role in the offense late in the season, posting a 24-260-0 line on 33 targets over New York's final five games, and better QB play in 2024 could allow Robinson to build on that performance.
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  • Giants' Wan'Dale Robinson: Week 17 Adds (WR Preview)

    Robinson has at least seven targets in three of his last four games and faces an Eagles defense that hasn't been able to stop anyone lately. Ten wide receivers have scored at least 12 PPR Fantasy points against them in their last five games.
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  • Giants' Wan'Dale Robinson: Six catches, rushing TD in Week 17

    Robinson (quadriceps) caught six of nine targets for 55 yards and added a 24-yard rushing touchdown in Sunday's 26-25 loss to the Rams. Robinson got the Giants on the board in the second quarter with a 24-yard touchdown on an end-around. It was his first career rushing score and only Robinson's third total touchdown through 20 career games. The shifty wideout has at least three catches in each of his last six games heading into a Week 18 home game against the Eagles.
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  • Giants' Wan'Dale Robinson: Set to face Rams

    Robinson (quadriceps) is active for Sunday's game against the Rams, Dan Salomone of the Giants' official site reports. Robinson practiced throughout the week, including full sessions both Thursday and Friday. That suggests he won't see a cap on his snaps, which is positive considering his increased involvement in the Giants' offense over the last several games. In his past three contests, Robinson has seen a combined 18 targets while recording 13 catches for 120 yards.
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  • Giants' Wan'Dale Robinson: Questionable versus Rams

    Robinson (quadriceps) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Rams, Dan Salomone of the Giants' official site reports. Robinson practiced fully Thursday, which bodes well for his chances of suiting up, but he still got a questionable designation Friday, and official confirmation on his availability may not come until 90 minutes before Sunday's 1:00 p.m. ET kickoff. The second-year wideout has at least three catches in each of his last five games, but he has posted more than 35 receiving yards only once over that span.
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  • Giants' Wan'Dale Robinson: Churns out full practice

    Robinson (quadricep) was a full participant in Thursday's practice, Dan Duggan of The Athletic reports. Robinson was gauged as a limited participant in Wednesday's walkthrough, but his ability to take every rep in practice a day later suggests the restrictions he faced to open Week 17 prep were mostly maintenance-related. He should be ready to handle his usual duties as the Giants' top option out of the slot Sunday against the Rams, though Robinson will be working with a new starting quarterback for the first time since Week 10 with Tyrod Taylor replacing Tommy DeVito under center.
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  • Giants' Wan'Dale Robinson: Tending to quad injury

    Robinson was a limited participant at Wednesday's walkthrough due to a quadricep injury, Dan Salomone of the Giants' official site reports. Robinson is among three key Giants skill-position players to be operating with practice restrictions to begin Week 17 prep, as running back Saquon Barkley (elbow) and tight end Darren Waller (knee) have the same limited listing. The second-year receiver has safely been able to clear a 60 percent snap share most weeks since making his season debut Week 3, including in each of the last five games. In the end, though, Robinson's status will need to be watched as the week rolls along to make sure he'll be out there again Sunday versus the Rams.
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  • Giants' Wan'Dale Robinson: Sleeper WRs

    It's risky to trust Robinson after one good game, but he looked great in Week 14 against Green Bay with six catches for 79 yards on seven targets. Hopefully, that's a sign of things to come, and the Saints have allowed at least one receiver to score at least 12 PPR points in all but two games this season. We'll see if Robinson can be that guy for the Giants again, and I hope Tommy DeVito continues to lean on him in this matchup. Robinson is worth using as a No. 3 Fantasy receiver in deeper formats.
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  • Giants' Wan'Dale Robinson: Best game of season Monday

    Robinson brought in six of seven targets for 79 yards and rushed twice for 36 yards in the Giants' 24-22 win over the Packers on Monday night. Robinson led the Giants in receptions and receiving yards while recording both a 32-yard run and 32-yard catch. The latter was particularly key to the comeback victory, as it took New York from its own 46 to the Packers' 22-yard line to help set up what would be Randy Bullock's game-winning 37-yard field goal four plays later. Robinson's yardage total was a season high, while his reception tally was his second highest of the campaign. Having finally flashed the type of potential he'd displayed as a rookie, Robinson carries some momentum into a Week 15 road matchup against the Saints.
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  • Giants' Wan'Dale Robinson: Tallies three catches in win

    Robinson caught three of four targets for 35 yards and rushed once for two yards in a 31-19 Week 11 win over Washington. While Robinson didn't put up a big stat line, he finished second among New York's wide receivers in both catches and receiving yards behind Darius Slayton (arm). Robinson's total yardage in the victory was his third-highest mark of the season and his most since Week 6 against Buffalo. With undrafted rookie Tommy DeVito shining to the tune of 246 passing yards and three touchdowns Sunday, albeit in a very favorable matchup, there may be some life in a New York passing game that has mostly struggled throughout the campaign. Robinson's role could grow next Sunday against New England if Slayton's arm injury causes him to miss time.
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  • Giants' Wan'Dale Robinson: Cleared to play Week 11

    Robinson (knee) doesn't have an injury designation for Sunday's game against Washington, Pat Leonard of the New York Daily News reports. Robinson remained limited in practice Friday, but he's healthy enough to give it a go Sunday. The second-year wideout has just 29 catches in eight appearances this season, and with third-string quarterback Tommy DeVito under center, New York's passing game could struggle again Sunday despite facing a Washington secondary that has struggled to defend wide receivers.
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  • Giants' Wan'Dale Robinson: Practices in limited fashion

    Robinson (knee) practiced in a limited capacity Wednesday, Dan Duggan of The Athletic reports. Since making his season debut Week 3, Robinson has had the occasional cap placed on his practice reps, but his availability for game days hasn't been affected for eight straight contests. Due to a carousel of quarterbacks during that stretch, he's managed only a 29-204-1 receiving line on 36 targets. Robinson will have a pair of sessions this week to put himself in a position to avoid a designation ahead of Sunday's game at Washington.
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  • Giants' Wan'Dale Robinson: Gains just six yards in Week 10

    Robinson caught two of three targets for six yards and rushed once for zero yards in Sunday's loss to Dallas. With rookie quarterback Tommy DeVito totaling just 86 passing yards in his first NFL start, there was little opportunity for Giants pass catchers to make an impact. Robinson finished with fewer than three catches for the third time in the past four weeks after he tallied at least four receptions in each of his first four games of the campaign. The second-year wideout also logged just 49 percent of New York's offensive snaps Sunday, which was his lowest mark since his season debut in Week 2. He'll likely see more time on the field moving forward, but with Daniel Jones (knee) out for the season and DeVito working behind a struggling offensive line, there isn't much of a reason to target any Giants wideouts in fantasy.
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  • Giants' Wan'Dale Robinson: Catches only TD for losing side

    Robinson (knee) had four receptions on five targets for 35 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 30-6 loss to the Raiders. Robinson overcame the knee injury that limited him in practice this week in order to suit up and become the beneficiary of a garbage-time touchdown from replacement starter Tommy DeVito. They all count the same on the stat sheet, resulting in the second-year wideout's first touchdown in seven active games this season. Robinson's 27-198-1 line is nearly identical to what he produced over six games in his injury-shortened rookie campaign last year, with neither pace creating any sort of buzz in fantasy circles. The Giants' uncertain quarterback situation following Daniel Jones' (knee) injury only magnifies the risk that comes with starting Robinson in a road matchup against the Cowboys next Sunday.
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  • Giants' Wan'Dale Robinson: Will play versus Las Vegas

    Robinson (knee) has no injury designation and is slated to play in Sunday's Week 9 game against the Raiders, Dan Salomone of the Giants' official site reports. Robinson was limited with the injury in practice Wednesday and Thursday but is slated to be out there Sunday as the Giants' slot man after practicing fully Friday. He could see increased targets in the middle of the field with Darren Waller (hamstring) out and possibly sidelined for multiple weeks.
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  • Giants' Wan'Dale Robinson: Stays limited Thursday

    Robinson (knee) practiced on a limited basis Thursday, Dan Salomone of the Giants' official site reports. Since making his season debut Week 3, Robinson has received the occasional reprieve from practice as he puts the torn ACL in his right knee that he sustained Week 11 of last season further in the rearview mirror. Assuming he's able to suit up Sunday in Las Vegas, he likely will be working with Daniel Jones (neck) for the first time since Week 5. In three games with Jones as the starter, Robinson hauled in 14 of 17 targets for 79 yards and no touchdowns.
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  • Giants' Wan'Dale Robinson: Limited by knee issue

    Robinson (knee) was a limited practice participant Wednesday, Dan Salomone of the Giants' official site reports. Robinson again is dealing with a cap on his reps, likely for maintenance reasons due to the torn ACL in his right knee that he sustained Week 11 of last season. He was able to handle a season-high 83 percent snap share this past Sunday against the Jets, but like his teammates not named Saquon Barkley (ankle), Robinson didn't produce much (no catches on one target, two carries for 17 yards) in a game in which the Giants produced just 194 yards of total offense. Robinson has two more opportunities this week to get back to full participation in practice before the team potentially hands him a designation for Sunday's contest in Las Vegas.
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  • Giants' Wan'Dale Robinson: Sleeper WRs

    As of Friday afternoon, we still don't know if Daniel Jones (neck) or Tyrod Taylor will start at quarterback for the Giants in Week 7 against Washington. Whoever it is will hopefully help Robinson build off his performance in Week 6 against the Bills when he had eight catches for 62 yards on eight targets. That came from Taylor, but the Giants should continue to feature Robinson, who is worth using as a No. 3 PPR receiver against Washington. The Commanders have allowed seven receivers to score at least 14.8 PPR points this year, and Robinson will hopefully continue to show he's all the way back from last year's torn ACL.
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