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New York Giants Roster

NFC East
MetLife Stadium
Head Coach
Joe Judge
Offensive Coordinator
Jason Garrett
Defensive Coordinator
Patrick Graham
Special Teams Coach
Thomas MCGaughey
Defensive Scheme
Team News
Golden Tate Questionable Against Bears

New York Giants wide receiver Golden Tate (hamstring) is listed as questionable for Week 2 against the Bears. Tate sat out in Week 1 against the Steelers, but he was much more active in practice on Friday than he was last week. Even if the 32-year-old plays this weekend, there are likely better flex options you can plug into your fantasy lineups. If he doesn't play for the second straight week, Sterling Shepard, Darius Slayton and tight end Evan Engram would all stand to benefit from extra targets in the passing game. Slayton was the biggest beneficiary in Week 1, hauling in two touchdowns.

7 hours ago
Giants Defense Has Quiet Night In Week 1

The New York Giants Defense didn't do much for fantasy owners in a loss to the Steelers on Monday night. New York allowed 26 points with two sacks and just one turnover. The night could have been worse for Big Blue, as Steelers quarterbackBen Roethlisberger was shredding the New York secondary most of the night. The only thing that could stop Roethlisberger was game script, as Pittsburgh took a run-heavy approach in the fourth quarter en route to 141 rushing yards. The uninspiring game should have the Giants defense on waivers in fantasy, if they weren't there already.

3 days ago
Sterling Shepard Makes Six Catches On Monday Night

New York Giants wide receiver Sterling Shepard caught all six of his targets for 47 yards in a loss to the Steelers Monday night. Shepard posted an impressive 68 percent catch rate last season as a slot receiver and got off to a good start in that department again this season. He has more value in PPR formats as he gets mostly short-area targets and converts them into a lot of catches, but not a ton of yards. He'll have a better matchup in Week 2 vs Chicago.

3 days ago
Evan Engram Vanishes In Monday Night Loss

New York Giants tight end Evan Engram made two catches for nine scoreless yards in a loss to the Steelers Monday night. Engram had seven targets, but couldn't do anything with them as he was blanketed by a strong Pittsburgh secondary all night. The fourth-year tight end averaged over 10.6 yards per catch in each of his three seasons so he should have better games than this one. He'll look to bounce back in a Week 2 matchup at Chicago.

3 days ago
Saquon Barkley Stonewalled By Steelers

New York Giants running back Saquon Barkley ran for six yards on 15 carries as the Steelers Defense lived in the Giants backfield all night. Barkley salvaged his night for fantasy with six catches for 60 yards, but it was a disappointing night for a player that went first overall in many fantasy drafts. Barkley will have better days than this as Pittsburgh is one of the top defenses in the league and the Giants completely abandoned the run late in the game as they were trying to mount a comeback. Barkley is a locked-in RB1 and should fare better vs the Bears in Week 2.

3 days ago