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Below you will find our 2023 fantasy football projections for the New York Giants.
Daniel Jones: Underrated as a runner, Jones had 120 carries for 720 yards and seven touchdowns last season after racking up 172/1,000/5 (5.8 YPC) rushing in his first three seasons (2019-21). The Giants have added several new pass catchers to the roster, which should help improve his anemic passing numbers (3.2 TD% and 6.8 Y/A in 2022). Jones, who finished as fantasy's QB9 in 2022, should be drafted as a fringe QB1.
Saquon Barkley: Barkley had missed at least three games in each of the previous three seasons, but he stayed healthy in 2022 and delivered for fantasy managers. Perhaps less involved as a receiver than expected, especially given the team's 2022 wide receiver woes, Barkley ended the year with 352 combined touches including 57 receptions, 1,650 YFS and 10 touchdowns. Failing to reach an agreement on a long-term extension before the July 17th deadline, Barkley and the Giants agreed to terms on a modified one-year contract, which is helpful given the current landscape of tension between star running backs and teams.
Parris Campbell: Campbell appeared in only 15 games through his first three seasons, but he stayed healthy for a full 17-game season in 2022 as he finished the year with 63 receptions for 623 yards and three touchdowns. The former Colt is expected to start in the slot, and a repeat of last year's numbers are within reach.
Isaiah Hodgins: Signed off of Buffalo's practice squad in the middle of the season, Hodgins was productive for the WR-needy Giants in the second half last season after reuniting with Brian Daboll, his former offensive coordinator in Buffalo. The former sixth-rounder (2020) had 33/351/4 on 42 targets over eight games with the Giants. It wouldn't be a surprise if he led the Giants' receiving corps in receiving in 2023.
Darius Slayton: Slayton started slow (inactive Week 1 and 18 offensive snaps through Week 3), but he led the team in receiving yards (724) last season. Slayton averaged 15.7 yards per reception and he had half (14) of the team's 28 receptions of 20-plus yards in 2022. It's possible that Jalin Hyatt, the team's third-round pick, could leapfrog him on the depth chart by the end of the year.
Darren Waller: A couple of seasons removed from back-to-back 1,100-yard campaigns, Waller is clearly the top weapon in New York's passing attack. While he has been limited to only 20 games over the past two seasons, his 17-game pace is 71/895/4 during that stretch.
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