Andrew Thomas Fantasy Stats

#78 OT  |  New York Giants
Healthy

Height / Weight 6'5"  /  315 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age) Jan 22, 1999 (25)
Experience 5 seasons
Drafted 2020  /  Rd. 1  /  Pk. 4   (NYG)
College Georgia

Season Stats

PASSING RUSHING RECEIVING DEFENSE
SEASON TEAM GP CMP ATT CMP% YDS AVG ATT YDS AVG TD REC TGTS YDS TD SCK INT FF FR FPTS/G FPTS
2020NYG16000000000000000.12.0
2021NYG13000000112100000.67.2
2022NYG16000000000000000.00.0
2023NYG10000000000000000.00.0
Career 55 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 0.2 9.2

Game Log

PASSING RUSHING RECEIVING DEFENSE
WK DATE TEAM OPP CMP ATT CMP% YDS AVG ATT YDS AVG TD REC TGTS YDS TD SCK INT FF FR FPTS
1Sep 10, 2023NYGDAL000000000000000.0
9Nov 5, 2023NYGLV000000000000000.0
10Nov 12, 2023NYGDAL000000000000000.0
11Nov 19, 2023NYGWAS000000000000000.0
12Nov 26, 2023NYGNE000000000000000.0
14Dec 11, 2023NYGGB000000000000000.0
15Dec 17, 2023NYGNO000000000000000.0
16Dec 25, 2023NYGPHI000000000000000.0
17Dec 31, 2023NYGLAR000000000000000.0
18Jan 7, 2024NYGPHI000000000000000.0

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Daniel Jones

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Isaiah Hodgins

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Darius Slayton

Jalin Hyatt

Miles Boykin

SWR

Wan'Dale Robinson

Isaiah McKenzie

Gunner Olszewski

TE

Daniel Bellinger

Jack Stoll

LT

Andrew Thomas

Yodny Cajuste

LG

Aaron Stinnie

Joshua Ezeudu

C

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Austin Schlottmann

RG

Jon Runyan

Marcus McKethan

RT

Jermaine Eluemunor

Evan Neal

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Jalen Mills

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Jordon Riley

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Jordan Phillips

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RDE

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Azeez Ojulari

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Micah McFadden

Isaiah Simmons

Carter Coughlin

MLB

Bobby Okereke

Darius Muasau

Darrian Beavers

ROLB

Brian Burns

Matthew Adams

LCB

Dru Phillips

Nick McCloud

SS

Tyler Nubin

Dane Belton

RCB

Deonte Banks

Tre Hawkins III

NB

Cor'Dale Flott

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Andrew Thomas News

Andrew Thomas  • OT  •  Giants

Andrew Thomas Practices In Full On Thursday

New York Giants offensive tackle Andrew Thomas (knee) upgraded to a full participant in practice on Thursday. He had been limited the day prior. This is great news for the Giants' offense, specifically Tommy Devito and Saquon Barkley, as they face a creative Bill Belichick-led defense. With that said, it's hard to trust any Giants player outside of Barkley in fantasy football this week.
Nov 24   
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Andrew Thomas Active For The Giants

New York Giants left tackle Andrew Thomas (knee) is officially active for Week 11 against the division-rival Washington Commanders on Sunday after coming into the contest with a questionable tag. Thomas tweaked his knee in the blowout loss to the Dallas Cowboys last Sunday but will be active for just the fourth time all season. His presence is good news for rookie quarterback Tommy Devito and the Giants offense, but it might not make much of a difference. Former first-round right tackle Evan Neal (ankle) will miss his fourth game in the last five weeks. Besides running back Saquon Barkley, fantasy managers would be wise to stay away from the Giants offense for the foreseeable future.
Nov 19   
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Andrew Thomas Expected To Play Sunday

New York Giants left tackle Andrew Thomas (knee), who is questionable to play in Week 11 against the division-rival Washington Commanders, is expected to play on Sunday, according to a source. Thomas has only played in three games this year due to injuries, and it hasn't helped that the rest of New York's offensive line has been extremely banged up as well. It's good news that Thomas should be able to protect rookie quarterback Tommy Devito's blind side on Sunday, but the Commanders defense/special teams is still a very strong streaming option against one of the worst offense lines and offenses in the league this week. Thomas should play for the G-Men, but right tackle Evan Neal (ankle) will miss his fourth straight game.
Nov 19   
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Andrew Thomas Questionable, Evan Neal Out For Giants O-Line

New York Giants left tackle Andrew Thomas (knee) is questionable to play in Week 11 against the Washington Commanders, while offensive lineman Evan Neal (ankle) has been ruled out. Thomas missed seven games after getting injured in the season opener. He started the last two weeks at left tackle but injured his knee in the Week 10 blowout loss to the Dallas Cowboys and never returned. Given the injury history of the 24-year-old, there's a good chance he won't be able to make it out there this Sunday against Washington. It would be further bad news for an offensive line that has been one of the worst in the NFL in 2023. If Thomas cannot go, Justin Pugh should start on rookie quarterback Tommy Devito's blind side.
Nov 18   
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Andrew Thomas Injures Knee, Questionable To Return Sunday

New York Giants left tackle Andrew Thomas (knee) exited during the first half of Week 10 versus the Dallas Cowboys. He was carted to the locker room and ruled questionable to return. It's been a tough year for Thomas who returned from a seven-game absence just one week ago. Joshua Miles should fill in as Tommy Devito's blindside protector until Thomas can return.
Nov 12   
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Andrew Thomas, Evan Neal Officially Returning Sunday

New York Giants left tackle Andrew Thomas (hamstring) and right tackle Evan Neal (ankle) are active for Week 9 versus the Las Vegas Raiders. Both players had been listed as questionable. Thomas makes his return following a seven-game absence while Neal is back after missing two contests. Getting both tackles back is huge for a Giants squad that desperately needs to protect Daniel Jones (neck), who is also making his return from an injury. Behind the blocking skills of Thomas and Neal, Jones is a fantasy QB2 while Saquon Barkley is an RB1.
Nov 5   
Andrew Thomas  • OT  •  Giants

Andrew Thomas, Evan Neal Questionable For Week 9

New York Giants offensive tackles Andrew Thomas (hamstring) and Evan Neal (ankle) have taken "steps forward" this week and will be listed as questionable to play in Week 9 against the Las Vegas Raiders, according to head coach Brian Daboll. It's possible the Giants could have their starting left and right tackle this weekend, which would be great news for quarterback Daniel Jones (neck), who is expected to play after missing the last three games. Thomas has been sidelined since the season opener, while Neal has missed the last two games with a lingering ankle injury. The Giants terrible offensive line could use all the help they can get against All-Pro pass-rusher Maxx Crosby and Company in Week 9.
Nov 3   
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Andrew Thomas And Evan Neal Could Play In Week 9

The New York Giants appear to be getting healthier on their offensive line, as both Andrew Thomas (hamstring) and Evan Neal (ankle) practiced in a limited fashion on Wednesday. Giants head coach Brian Daboll also said that both players "have an opportunity to play" in Week 9 against the Las Vegas Raiders. Thomas has been out since Week 1 after suffering a setback with his hamstring injury, and Neal has missed the past two games with an ankle issue. If both can play this weekend, quarterback Daniel Jones (neck) and running back Saquon Barkley would be the biggest beneficiaries. Jones could use some better blocking in front of him as he looks primed to return from a three-game absence in Week 9.
Nov 2   
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Andrew Thomas Targets Week 8 Return Following Setback

The New York Giants are targeting a Week 8 return for standout left tackle Andrew Thomas (hamstring), according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. Thomas, who hasn't played since the season opener, suffered a setback when practicing ahead of Week 4. His absence is one of several among the Giants' offensive line, making it difficult for New York to accomplish much on the offensive side of the ball. Thomas returning next Sunday would be a huge midseason addition for New York.
Oct 22   
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Andrew Thomas Won't Practice Wednesday

New York Giants left tackle Andrew Thomas (hamstring) will not participate in practice on Wednesday. Thomas could be looking at missing his fifth straight game on Sunday night against the Buffalo Bills if he's unable to return to the practice field later this week. The league's second-highest paid tackle was taken fourth overall in the 2020 NFL draft and is a key piece of New York's beat-up offensive line. If the 24-year-old is forced to miss another game, Joshua Ezeudu is expected to continue to start on the blind side. Quarterback Daniel Jones (neck) is also up in the air for Week 6, so the Giants offense could be in for another rough performance this Sunday against one of the better defenses in the league in Buffalo.
Oct 11   
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