Time for Rueben Randle to Become a Full-Time Starter for the New York Giants

November 30, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

A natural transition is taking place within the New York Giants' receiving corps, and the best thing the Giants can do now is step aside and let nature take its course.
Hakeem Nicks is a talented dude, but Rueben Randle is younger, possesses a higher ceiling, is less prone to injury and is already playing better football. Regardless of Nicks' health status moving forward, Randle should be the team's No. 1 outside receiver during the final five weeks of what appears to be an irrecoverable 2013 season. 
Last week, we showed you how Nicks appeared to be getting less separation than ever, despite the fact the 25-year-old is supposed to be smack dab in the midst of his prime. He's yet to find the end zone this year, his reception percentage has dropped and his drop percentage has increased sharply. He looks slow and unenthusiastic. And now he's been hit again by the injury bug, which is something he hasn't been able to shake throughout his five-year career.
Randle, ...

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