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RB Shane Vereen - New York Giants

5-8, 203Born: 3-2-1989College: CaliforniaDrafted: Round 2

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2016 Week 3 vs WAS (11 / 67 / 1 rush, 5 / 2 / 28 / 0 rec)

Shane Vereen had a productive day in a feature role filling in for Rashad Jennings. He had thirteen total touches as eleven came on the ground. It was great to see him being effective in spite of the fact that he is mainly the third down running back for the Giants. Shane had a goal line carry that resulted in a touchdown early in the first quarter. This showed his tremendous versatility as he was trusted in this situation. He ran hard all day as he often made defenders miss and broke tackles as well. His 6.1 yards per carry demonstrates how well he ran the ball in a feature role. The longest carry of the day for Shane was twenty five yards and could have potentially been more. Unfortunately he suffered a triceps injury so his versatility will be on the shelf for a few months.

2016 Week 2 vs NO (14 / 42 / 0 rush, 3 / 3 / 24 / 0 rec)

Shane Vereen got a lot of the redzone work when the Giants were near the goal line but failed to secure a score. Vereen was a lot more productive than his teammate Jennings however and got slightly more work on Sunday. Jennings was only a handful of yards short on two different occasions to the goal line but unfortunately couldn't punch it in against the Saints. The Saints defense stiffened on the goal line and they didn't allow any push. Vereen worked well in open space and had a nice run on a short toss right from the gun. Vereen also showed excellent quickness on a screen pass as he weaved in between several defenders for the first. He did fumble the ball on an inside handoff however as a defender caught him from behind and jarred the ball loose. Vereen continued to pick up solid gains from the shotgun on delays and inside handoffs up the middle with quickness and sufficient blocking up front.

2016 Week 1 vs DAL (6 / 38 / 0 rush, 5 / 3 / 23 / 0 rec)

Shane Vereen looked very agile and quick on the field against Dallas. Vereen was used primarily in passing situations as an "H-back" role for Manning. Vereen was excellent at finding space when his quarterback needed an escape, running good routes and knowing when to get open against the defense. Vereen got a lot of work on the ground with inside handoffs from the shotgun. He also ran effectively with draws and delayed runs that took advantage of any aggressive defensive line play. Vereen dropped one pass and had a decent run up the middle negated by a questionable Giants holding penalty but this didn't take away from his solid performance. Vereen ran between the guards often and punished the secondary many times as he enjoyed excellent run blocking up front by the Giants. The Giants offensive line sealed off many lanes throughout the game and got a great push at the snap. Vereen and the Giants elected to pass for most of the plays they were in the redzone as they needed to come away with touchdowns to stay in front of Dallas. The passing attack is clearly their strength but the running game was effective and a pleasant surprise for fantasy/NYG fans.

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Giants | Shane Vereen expected to be back (Thu Feb 9, 11:02 PM) - New York Giants RB Shane Vereen (arm) is expected to be back with the team in 2017 as long as his rehab from a torn triceps continues to go well, according to beat writer Jordan Raanan.

Our View: Vereen can make plays as a change-of-pace back if healthy. He should work in the mix behind Paul Perkins. We're expecting Perkins to get a larger role in his second year after finishing his rookie season with a 100-yard game against Washington.
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