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New York Giants

Stadium: MetLife Stadium | Coach: Tom Coughlin
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense24th115.2 (17th)214.3 (25th)
Defense22nd116.3 (17th)261.7 (24th)

Last Game

Sun, October 19
AT&T Stadium
NY Giants
Dallas Cowboys

Game Leaders

Passing: E. Manning (21-33, 248)
Rushing: A. Williams (18-51)
Receiving: L. Donnell (7-90)

Passing: T. Romo (17-23, 279)
Rushing: D. Murray (28-128)
Receiving: D. Bryant (9-151)


Mon Sep 8
L 35 - 14at DET
Sun Sep 14
L 25 - 14ARI
Sun Sep 21
W 30 - 17HOU
Thu Sep 25
W 45 - 14at WAS
Sun Oct 5
W 30 - 20ATL
Sun Oct 12
L 27 - 0at PHI
Sun Oct 19
L 31 - 21at DAL
8:30 pm EST
Mon Nov 3
4:25 pm EST
Sun Nov 9
at SEA
1:00 pm EST
Sun Nov 16
8:30 pm EST
Sun Nov 23
1:00 pm EST
Sun Nov 30
at JAC
1:00 pm EST
Sun Dec 7
at TEN
1:00 pm EST
Sun Dec 14
4:05 pm EST
Sun Dec 21
at STL
1:00 pm EST
Sun Dec 28


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Fantasy Analysis | 1413780934
Larry Donnell here to stay?
by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer

After catching just one pass in his previous two games combined, Giants tight end Larry Donnell got back on track Week 7 at Dallas, catching seven passes for a season-high 90 yards.

Considering it was the Giants' first game without star wide receiver Victor Cruz, Donnell was expected to play a bigger role in the passing game, but a resurgence of this magnitude should remind us all how he came to be owned in 83 percent of Fantasy leagues in the first place. Over the first four weeks, he averaged 6.3 catches for 59 yards, scoring four touchdowns.

One potential pitfall for Donnell is that he lost two fumbles in Week 7, giving him three fumbles lost for the season, but with so few tight ends capable of his kind of production in a given week, the Giants would have to suggest his playing time is in jeopardy for me to pass on Donnell in Fantasy.

His production fell when rookie wide receiver Odell Beckham entered the mix in Week 4. Now that Cruz is out of the mix, Donnell's production figures to rise again.

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Fantasy Analysis | 1413780131
Odell Beckham shows he's worth adding
by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer

Only three games into his career, Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham has emerged as one of quarterback Eli Manning's favorite red-zone targets, which is especially good news with another one of his favorite red-zone targets, Victor Cruz, lost for the season with a knee injury.

Beckham didn't have a lot of chances Week 7 at Dallas, but he made the most of the ones he got, scoring on catches of 9 and 5 yards. In all, he had four catches for 34 yards. His six targets were third-most on the team, behind wide receiver Rueben Randle's nine and tight end Larry Donnell's seven.

The six targets were a season high for Beckham. He has yet to catch more than four passes for more than 44 yards, but because he keeps getting looks in the end zone, he's worth adding in Fantasy even if it's just to stash him on your bench until you're ready to put your trust in him.

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Fantasy Analysis | 1413779664
An encouraging performance for Eli Manning
by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer

Playing his first game without star wide receiver Victor Cruz, who's out for the season with a torn patella tendon, Giants quarterback Eli Manning still managed to bounce back from arguably his worst game of the season with one of his best Week 7 at Dallas, completing 21 of 33 passes for 248 yards and three touchdowns.

It was his fifth game in six with multiple touchdown passes and his second with at least three. And he did it against a defense that had generally kept quarterbacks out of the end zone, recording nearly as many interceptions (seven) as it had allowed touchdown passes (eight) prior to Week 7.

Though two of his touchdown passes went to rookie wide receiver Odell Beckham, who wasn't even available to him the first four weeks, Manning did a nice job of spreading the ball around. None of the touchdowns went to his two leading receivers, Larry Donnell and Rueben Randle.

Judging by this performance, Manning knows how to make use of the weapons the Giants have and doesn't need Cruz to remain successful in Fantasy. His bad games can be really bad, but his good games have been frequent enough for you to give him another shot when he returns from a bye Week 9 against Indianapolis.

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Fantasy Analysis | 1413775177
Giants can't slow down Cowboys
by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer

Though the defense wasn't really to blame for the Giants getting shut out Week 6 at Philadelphia, it didn't help things either, allowing 27 points on 448 yards. Unfortunately, it was just as bad Week 7 at Dallas, allowing 31 points on 423 yards.

The Giants DST did at least record two sacks, both by Jason Pierre-Paul, and one interception, but it wasn't enough to redeem the performance in Fantasy. After a strong showing Week 4 at Washington, it has been mostly disappointing in Fantasy.

The Giants are on bye in Week 8 before returning to another tough matchup Week 9 against Indianapolis, so their DST should remain on waivers in Fantasy.

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Giants kicker Josh Brown doesn't get a field goal attempt
by Chris Cwik |

Giants kicker Josh Brown did not receive a field goal attempt Week 7.

Brown did manage to hit all his extra point attempts during the game, but that was it. Aside from kickoffs, that was the only work Brown put in Sunday. He's on a bye Week 8.

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