New York Giants

Stadium: MetLife Stadium | Coach: Ben McAdoo
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense25th88.2 (29th)242.4 (17th)
Defense10th88.6 (3rd)251.1 (23rd)


8:30 pm EDT
Sun Sep 10
at DAL
8:30 pm EDT
Mon Sep 18
1:00 pm EDT
Sun Sep 24
at PHI
4:05 pm EDT
Sun Oct 1
at TB
1:00 pm EDT
Sun Oct 8
8:30 pm EDT
Sun Oct 15
at DEN
4:25 pm EDT
Sun Oct 22
1:00 pm EST
Sun Nov 5
4:25 pm EST
Sun Nov 12
at SF
1:00 pm EST
Sun Nov 19
8:30 pm EST
Thu Nov 23
at WAS
4:25 pm EST
Sun Dec 3
at OAK
4:25 pm EST
Sun Dec 10
1:00 pm EST
Sun Dec 17
4:25 pm EST
Sun Dec 24
at ARI
1:00 pm EST
Sun Dec 31


New York11-5-04-2-0
Giants' Ishaq Williams: Lands on injured reserve
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Williams (undisclosed) reverted to the Giants' injured reserve,'s Dan Duggan reports.

Williams was released by the Giants earlier in the offseason after suffering an unspecified injury but has since cleared waivers and, in turn, landed on the Giants' IR. Unless he reaches an injury settlement with the team or becomes one of the team's two injured-reserve activations this season, Williams is stuck there.

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Giants' Evan Engram: Getting comfortable in offense
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Engram said he started to gain confidence following a June practice in which he made some big catches and knew all of his assignments, Art Stapleton of The Record reports. "I had a really good day, some really big catches, and I could see I was starting to learn the offense, getting comfortable," said Engram. "There were a couple times, I went out in the slot or in my position [at tight end], and Eli [Manning] gave an adjustment, and I knew exactly what to do, and I felt really confident, and I went and made the play."

Engram may have been slightly intimidated joining an offense with veteran standouts like Eli Manning, Odell Beckham and Brandon Marshall, but it seems the No. 23 overall pick from this year's draft is quickly seeing how he can be an asset to a team that had tight ends account for only 609 of its 4,027 receiving yards and three of its 26 receiving touchdowns last season. Engram may start his career with a part-time role, but his 4.42 speed should make him an immediate asset on passing downs, at the very least. It seems everything has gone in his favor over the last year, as he produced a 65-926-8 receiving line in 11 games during his senior season at Ole Miss, and then tore up the Combine with top-three marks for his position in the three-cone drill and 20-yard shuttle as well as the 40-yard dash. Returning starter Will Tye was one of the league's least explosive and least efficient tight ends last season, producing 8.2 yards per catch and 5.6 per target (on 70 targets).

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Giants' Eli Manning: Handed new offensive weapons
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Manning has a revised set of offensive weapons for the upcoming season, including free-agent pickup Brandon Marshall and 2017 first-round pick Evan Engram, Conor Orr of reports.

After the aforementioned moves, Manning has exchanged the broken down Victor Cruz for Marshall while adding one of the promising tight ends from a stacked class of rookies. With Marshall and Engram joining wideouts Odell Beckham and Sterling Shepard, competent pass-catching backs Paul Perkins and Shane Vereen and tight end Will Tye, the Giants boast their best array of skill-position talent of the last decade and perhaps Manning's entire career. Unfortunately for Manning, he's regressed significantly as he prepares for his age-36 season, struggling with deep passes (52.8 QB rating on throws of 21-plus yards in 2016) and being saddled with an uninspiring head coach (Ben McAdoo). However, Manning has the weapons at his disposal to reach his heights of the past.

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Giants' Odell Beckham: Absence not related to contract
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Beckham said Tuesday that he didn't sit out the voluntary portion of the offseason program as a form of holdout, Jenny Vrentas of Sports Illustrated reports.

Instead, Beckham stayed away from the New York area until the start of mandatory minicamp in order to "focus on training and self-reflection" in Los Angeles. Reading between the lines doesn't reveal the true cause of his absence, but Beckham still has two years remaining on his rookie contract after his fifth-year option was picked up in April. During his first three seasons as a pro, he's established a high floor, recording at least 90 receptions, 1,300 yards and 10 touchdowns in each campaign. Thus, a significant boost in pay is expected at some point.

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