Breaking Down New York Giants’ Situation at Receiver

May 18, 2016   ·     ·   Jump to comments

In this installment of my New York Giants position previews, I look at the receivers.
2015 in Review
There was Odell Beckham Jr., and then there was everyone else.
That’s what the Giants found out the hard way when they had to go at it in Week 16 without their star receiver, suspended for one game after allowing now-former Carolina Panthers cornerback Josh Norman to live rent-free in his head during the previous week’s matchup.
How bad was it? Last season, Beckham finished with 1,450 yards on 96 receptions with 13 touchdowns.
The rest of the Giants receivers who had at least one reception—Ben Edwards, Geremy Davis, Myles White, Hakeem Nicks, Preston Parker, Dwayne Harris and Rueben Randle—combined for 1,408 yards on 115 receptions and 13 touchdowns.
Again, those numbers are combined.
Want more proof of how ineffective the receivers were outside of Beckham? Take a look at the following table:

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