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Giants' Antonio Hamilton: Placed on IR
Hamilton (quadriceps) was placed on injured reserve Tuesday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Hamilton sustained an undisclosed quadriceps injury during Sunday's shutout loss to the Titans, the severity of which now lands him on season-ending injured reserve. The 25-year-old did not play a single defensive snap this season so his absence won't impact fantasy teams, but the Giants will miss Hamilton's reliability on special teams.... See More ... See Less
Giants' Kareem Martin: Leads team in tackles
Martin recorded nine tackles (four solo) across 38 defensive snaps in Sunday's loss to the Titans.
Martin's nine tackles mark a new game-high for his first season in the Big Apple. He played a little over half of the defensive snaps Sunday but could see more reps in the last two contests with the Giants now officially eliminated from the playoff picture.... See More ... See Less
Giants' B.J. Goodson: Leads team in tackles
Goodson recorded nine tackles and a pass defensed across 46 defensive snaps in Sunday's loss to the Titans.
Goodson's nine tackles were the most he's had in a single game so far this season, as the linebacker played in 66 percent of the defensive snaps Sunday. He now has 50 tackles (36 solo) on the season and will look to finish out the season on a high note over these next two weeks.... See More ... See Less
Giants' Rhett Ellison: Shut out Sunday
Ellison failed to haul in his lone target in Sunday's loss to the Titans.
It marks the second week in a row that Ellison has gone without a reception, as his offensive reps continue to drop. Evan Engram has been heavily involved in the offense since returning from a hamstring injury, leaving little room for Ellison in the game plan.... See More ... See Less
Giants' Corey Coleman: One reception Sunday
Coleman recorded one reception for eight yards in Sunday's loss to the Titans.
Coleman plays a larger role on kick returns than he does on offense, as he racked up 91 return yards Sunday. However, with Russell Shepard (ankle) and Odell Beckham (quad) battling injuries, there's a chance Coleman could see expanded reps on offense Sunday in Indianapolis.... See More ... See Less
Giants' Elijhaa Penny: One rush Sunday
Penny recorded one rush for two yards in Sunday's loss to the Titans.
Penny saw only six offensive snaps Sunday, his lowest total since Week 8. There is a chance he could see more reps to finish off the year as the Giants are now officially eliminated from the playoff race.... See More ... See Less
Giants' Aldrick Rosas: No kicks Sunday
Rosas did not attempt a field goal or an extra point in Sunday's shutout loss to the Titans.
The Giants were shut out Sunday, marking the first game this season that Rosas did not attempt a field goal. He remains 28-of-29 on field-goal attempts this season, cementing him as one of the most accurate kickers this year.... See More ... See Less
Giants' Eli Manning: Won't be replaced Week 16
Manning will get the start Week 16 in Indianapolis, Art Stapleton of The Bergen Record reports.
Coach Pat Shurmur didn't wait long to kill any speculation about Kyle Lauletta getting the Week 16 start now that the Giants have been eliminated from playoff contention. There is some chance the rookie could take snaps as a mid-game replacement, especially if Manning struggles early against a red-hot Colts defense. Shurmur didn't comment on the plan for Week 17.... See More ... See Less
Giants' Odell Beckham: Won't be shut down
Coach Pat Shurmur said he isn't considering the idea of shutting Beckham (quad) down for the rest of the season, Ralph Vacchiano of SportsNet New York reports.
Elimination from playoff contention means the Giants probably won't push Beckham too hard if he's still hurting, but the team does have some hope he can get healthy in time for a Week 16 game at Indianapolis, per Jordan Raanan of ESPN.com. Coming off back-to-back absences, the superstar wideout probably needs to log a full practice before he's cleared to play in a game. The Giants will release their initial Week 16 injury report Wednesday afternoon.... See More ... See Less
Giants' Sterling Shepard: Wildly inefficient versus Titans
Shepard caught two of nine targets, collecting 37 receiving yards during Sunday's 17-0 loss to Tennessee.
Shepard has struggled mightily with efficiency over the past two weeks, hauling in just four of his 15 targets with Odell Beckham Jr. (quadriceps) out of the lineup, compared to a catch rate of 68.4 percent through Week 13. The absence of OBJ has helped bolster Shepard's involvement in the passing game somewhat -- 7.5 targets per game over the past two weeks, 6.3 season average prior -- but that uptick in volume has failed to cultivate fantasy production, as he's gone for single digits in PPR scoring in both of those outings. The third-year wideout has been anything but explosive of late, failing to exceed 37 receiving yards in seven straight games after five times exceeding 45 yards through his first seven outings of the year. In Week 16, he and the Giants receiving corps will face off against a Colts defense that refused to allow a single Cowboys pass catcher to eclipse 45 receiving yards in its last time out.... See More ... See Less
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