Matchup Analysis: New York Giants at New York Jets

Vegas Prediction

Vegas says: Giants 23, Jets 20

FBG Projections

TeamRushYardsTDCompAttPass YdTDINT

New York Giants Offense: overview

Points (vs AVG) (rank)Rush Yards (vs AVG) (rank)Pass Yards (vs AVG) (rank)
Giants Offense19.6 (-3.0) (24)102 (-9) (17)225 (-13) (18)
Jets Defense26.4 (+3.8) (25)89 (-22) (6)263 (+24) (24)

New York Jets Offense: overview

Points (vs AVG) (rank)Rush Yards (vs AVG) (rank)Pass Yards (vs AVG) (rank)
Jets Offense12.0 (-10.6) (31)66 (-45) (30)157 (-81) (32)
Giants Defense28.3 (+5.8) (29)128 (+16) (25)264 (+25) (25)

Giants Rushing offense

Tough matchup vs. the Jets defense.

The New York Giants' rushing attack has been extremely disappointing this season after making significant investments in bolstering the offensive line this offseason. Whether it has been Saquon Barkley, Wayne Gallman, or Jon Hillman in the backfield, the Giants' running backs have struggled to build any momentum this season. Even Saquon Barkley, one of the most talented running backs in the NFL, has failed to eclipse 4.0 yards per carry in any game since week two against the Buffalo Bills. Barkley possesses a nearly-unmatched ability to break off long runs and salvage respectable rushing totals amidst an otherwise dreadful performance. The Giants' offensive line is one of the NFL's worst run-blocking units, and they will likely be overmatched in the trenches once again in week 10. Unless Saquon Barkley racks up yardage in large chunks on Sunday afternoon, he will likely struggle to keep the New York Giants ahead of the chains via the ground game.

The New York Jets field the league's number-one defense in yards per carry allowed through the first eight games of the 2019 NFL season. Although they recently dealt away Leonard Williams and Steve McLendon's status for week 10 is in jeopardy, the Jets have the requisite depth in the trenches to overcome these losses. Rookie Quinnen Williams is one of the most-hyped young prospects in the NFL, and his NFL production to date has been respectable. Folorunso Fatukasi has also been a pleasant surprise for the Jets this season. As a sixth-round pick in the 2018 NFL Draft, nobody expected this level of production out of Fatukasi this early in his NFL career, but he has been an elite run-stopper in 2019. At linebacker, Brandon Copeland has filled in for C.J. Mosley in recent weeks. In his limited action, Copeland has been an above-average run-stopper this season, which aligns with his career-long production. Lastly, in the secondary, Marcus Maye and Jamal Adams combine to form one of the league's most physical safety pairings. Neither player leaves the field for seemingly any reason, and they both have a knack for finding the football and blowing up opposing rushing attacks. Week 10 is shaping up to be a long day at the office for Saquon Barkley and the New York Giants' rushing attack. The New York Jets top-ranked run defense in yards per carry allowed is poised to dominate in the trenches, and with the team's elite run-stopping safeties, they are as well-equipped to contain Barkley's patented chunk-plays as any team in the NFL.

Giants Passing offense

Great matchup vs. the Jets defense.

The New York Giants' passing attack has been extremely erratic this season, thanks to the inconsistent performance of rookie quarterback Daniel Jones. Jones, heading into his eighth start of the season, has yet to play a game with his full complement of pass-catchers available, and week 10 will be more of the same, as Sterling Shepard remains in concussion protocol this week. Daniel Jones, as a young, inexperienced, and overmatched rookie quarterback typically does, has struggled to work through his progressions this season. Jones frequently locks in on his first read and attempts to force the ball in that direction if there is any semblance of a window to fit the ball in. This propensity to force throws led to significant volume for Evan Engram and Saquon Barkley last week on predominantly short passes. The Giants will likely have to go in a different direction this week as Evan Engram is out with a foot injury leaving the Giants very thin for receiving options with Sterling Shepard also likely to miss this week. Golden Tate commands the most valuable targets in New York's offense, running deeper routes and with comparable volume to both Barkley and Engram since entering the fold after serving a four-game suspension to open this season. The Giants' offensive line is much more effective in pass protection than it is run blocking, which bodes well for the team's passing attack in a fantastic matchup against the rival New York Jets here in week 10.

The only thing that could have made the New York Jets' 1-6 start to the 2019 season any worse was a week 9 loss to the winless Miami Dolphins. After a tumultuous stretch of off-the-field issues, including a public spat with star safety Jamal Adams, the New York Jets came out flat against the Dolphins in a 26-18 loss to who most had pegged as the worst team in the NFL. Over their past two games, the Jets have allowed Gardner Minshew and Ryan Fitzpatrick to post an average of 283.5 passing yards, 3 touchdowns, and 0 interceptions. The Jets pass defense is a horrific unit this season, and their personnel matches their results through the first half of 2019. Along the defensive line, the only average pass-rusher is edge-rusher Jordan Jenkins. Jenkins has three sacks this season, which is an uninspiring total for a team's leading pass-rusher, especially when the underlying pressure numbers are not much better. At linebacker, the Jets are especially weak in coverage. Harvey Langi and James Burgess, the team's two starting linebackers, are particularly poor pass-defenders, as neither player has even recorded a single pass-breakup this season. A poor pass rush, coupled with this weakness, sets the stage for one of the league's worst pass defenses. Thankfully, the Jets' secondary is one of the more talented units in the NFL. Jamal Adams, Brian Poole, and Marcus Maye make for a strong young core in the Jets' defensive backfield, and this trio kept the unit afloat early in the season. However, the recent struggles against sub-par passing attacks are a major red flag for a team that many have speculated is not particularly interested in playing for current head coach Adam Gase. Overall, week 10 is primed to be a major upswing for the New York Giants' passing attack. Look for Golden Tate and Saquon Barkley, the two most likely candidates to match up with the Jets' horrific coverage linebackers, to feast on the short and intermediate throws that Daniel Jones heavily favors.

Jets Rushing offense

Neutral matchup vs. the Giants defense.

The New York Jets' rushing attack has been one of the most disappointing units in the entire NFL this season. This offseason, the Jets gave Le'Veon Bell the massive contract he was seeking, then almost immediately fired their general manager. Now both the team's head coach and current general manager are reportedly unhappy with having tied up such a large sum of money in a running back. While Bell typically plays approximately 90-percent of the Jets' offensive snaps; however, he has yet to surpass 70 rushing yards or 4.67 yards per carry in any game in a Jets uniform, but the blame does not rest solely on his shoulders. The Jets' offensive line has been an unmitigated disaster this season. Kelechi Osemele, the team's original starting left guard, was recently released from the team following a series of off-the-field disagreements with the Jets' training staff and upper-management. Ryan Kalil, the team's starting center, is also questionable for this week's game against the New York Giants. The odds are stacked against Le'Veon Bell once again this week, as the New York Giants' formidable front-seven will likely overmatch the Jets' offensive line in the trenches, leaving Bell with little room to operate.

While the New York Giants have faced an exceptionally-high volume of rushing attempts throughout their 2-7 start to the 2019 season, their defensive strength defending the run is obvious. The Giants rank 13th in the NFL in yards per carry allowed; however, they have faced one of the league's toughest schedules of opposing rushing attacks. Along the defensive line, the Giants field a plethora of top-of-the-line run-stoppers. Rookie Dexter Lawrence stands out as not only one of the best run-stopping rookies in the NFL, but one of the best rookies overall this season. Lawrence, along with Dalvin Tomlinson and B.J. Hill, combine to form one of the league's best run-stopping defensive lines. At linebacker, although Alec Ogletree is an undersized liability in run support, his running mate, David Mayo, is a physical player that specializes in stopping the run. In the secondary, Antoine Bethea is one of the NFL's most physical safeties. He registered his first interception of the season last week against the Dallas Cowboys, but even this was a product of his run-stopping tendencies. Bethea crashed down on a play-action fake, Dak Prescott did not see him coming down, and he hit Bethea right between the numbers attempting to throw a slant-route. As a seasoned-veteran, Bethea's top-end speed to keep up with opposing wide receivers has faded over time, but his physicality and run-stopping prowess have not. Overall, the New York Jets will have their work cut out for themselves, attempting to run on the Giants' deep and talented run defense. Expect another low-efficiency rushing performance from Le'Veon Bell, and his season-high rushing total of just 70 yards will likely last for another week.

Jets Passing offense

Good matchup vs. the Giants defense.

The New York Jets' offense is reeling right now eight games into the Adam Gase era. Second-year quarterback Sam Darnold famously proclaimed while wearing a microphone during Monday Night Football against the New England Patriots that he was "seeing ghosts" on the field that kept him second-guessing all of his decisions throughout his 0-touchdown and 4-interception performance. Since then, even against lesser opponents, his results have been horrendous. Against the Jacksonville Jaguars, Darnold registered 218 yards, 2 touchdowns, and 3 interceptions while leading the Jets' offense to just 15 points on the day. Then, last weekend, Darnold threw for 260 yards, 1 touchdown, and 1 interception in a 26-18 loss to the otherwise-winless Miami Dolphins. Darnold favors three main pass-catchers through the air: Jamison Crowder, Robby Anderson, and Le'Veon Bell. Crowder works primarily in the slot on short and intermediate routes; subsequently, Crowder racks up high target totals, but underwhelming yardage on a weekly basis. Anderson is the team's best deep-threat. While his target numbers are highly variable on a week-to-week basis, his ceiling of production is always elite thanks to his high average-depth-of-target. Lastly, Bell is a safety blanket for Sam Darnold. In Pittsburgh, Bell was one of the league's leading pass-catching running backs. However, his role in the Jets' passing attack is significantly smaller than it was in years past. The Jets' offensive line ranks amongst the league's worst this year, which certainly does not help quarterback Sam Darnold, but thankfully a soft matchup with the Giants' horrific pass defense is lined up for the Jets here in week 10.

The New York Giants secondary was gashed through the air once again in week 9, as the Dallas Cowboys racked up 257 yards and 3 touchdowns through the air on Monday Night Football. The Giants' defense ranks near the bottom of the league in almost every notable pass defense metric this year, and their startling lack of talent both along the defensive line and in coverage is to blame. Along the defensive line, the only impactful pass rusher on the Giants' roster this season has been Markus Golden. Golden's sack total of 5.5 for the season is overinflated thanks to an unsustainably-high conversion rate on his pressures. Golden does not pressure the opposing quarterback at an impressive rate, and this is the best predictor of future sack totals. At linebacker, Alec Ogletree makes up for his shortcomings in run defense by defending the pass better than most other NFL linebackers. Ogletree's elite athleticism allows him to cover the field from sideline-to-sideline, but unfortunately, David Mayo, the team's other starter, struggles in this regard. Mayo and Ogletree are polar opposite players; whereas Ogletree is small, speedy, and weak against the run, Mayo is big, physical, and formidable in run defense. This trend holds true in coverage as well, where Mayo is a liability. Finally, in the secondary, rookie DeAndre Baker is one of the most picked-on cornerbacks in the NFL. Baker, a first-round selection out of the University of Georgia, was an elite cornerback in college; however, his production throughout his first half-season in the pros has left much to be desired. Elsewhere, Janoris Jenkins, Antoine Bethea, and Jabrill Peppers have all posted disappointing numbers this season as well. As a whole, the Giants' pass defense fully deserves its bottom-10 rankings across the board in various pass-defense metrics.

Jets vs QB

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)19 (+0.9)19 (+0.8)17 (+0.3)18 (+0.3)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)22 (+2.1)22 (+2.1)22 (+1.7)20 (+0.8)
6Dak Prescott82284027700311121.
7Tom Brady7731452491100015.515.513.013.0
8Gardner Minshew76223427930828028.828.824.025.0
9Ryan Fitzpatrick6924362883052026.626.623.723.7

Daniel Jones (FanDuel: $7400, DraftKings: $5700)

7vs ARI71223522311435017.717.711.413.4
8@ DET74284132240413033.433.428.232.2
9vs DAL72264121011654018.918.912.814.8
10PROJ-Dodds22362401.51.15200. (H=48)20.1 (H=63)
10PROJ-Tremblay22352331.51.14190.219.619.619.6 (H=46)19.6 (H=60)
10PROJ-Bloom23352291.615280.120.320.320.3 (H=49)20.3 (H=64)

Jets vs RB

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)17 (-0.2)22 (+1.2)20 (+0.5)20 (+0.9)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)16 (+0.3)19 (+2.1)19 (+1.5)20 (+2.2)
6Ezekiel Elliott752810516547021.226.223.729.2
6Tony Pollard7313000001.
7Sony Michel311942321-8021.422.421.922.4
7James White44500875905.912.99.412.9
8Leonard Fournette60197607760013.620.617.120.6
8Ryquell Armstead1667000000.
9Mark Walton5112290431204.
9Kalen Ballage21719010001.

Saquon Barkley (FanDuel: $8600, DraftKings: $8800)

7vs ARI611872153.080141715.517.0
8@ DET6119640108.079120.328.324.328.3
9vs DAL591428086.06709.515.512.515.5
10PROJ-Dodds19770.64.7390.115.820.518.2 (H=35)20.5 (H=42)
10PROJ-Tremblay19740.54.7350.114.519.216.9 (H=31)19.2 (H=37)
10PROJ-Bloom18820.85.0360.318.423.420.9 (H=44)23.4 (H=53)

Wayne Gallman (FanDuel: $5000, DraftKings: $4200)

7vs ARI1000000.000000.00.0
8@ DET1300011.0200232.53.0
9vs DAL1300010.000000.00.0
10PROJ-Dodds1400.5400.81.31.0 (H=0)1.3 (H=0)
10PROJ-Tremblay0000.4300.30.70.5 (H=0)0.7 (H=0)
10PROJ-Bloom0000.000000.0 (H=0)0.0 (H=0)

Jets vs WR

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)25 (+3.9)27 (+5.4)26 (+4.5)26 (+5.3)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)28 (+6.5)30 (+8.9)29 (+7.8)30 (+8.6)
6Tavon Austin76656400006.411.48.911.4
6Michael Gallup79744800004.
7Phillip Dorsett724346100010.613.612.113.6
7Julian Edelman7312747032006.713.710.213.7
8Chris Conley5674103100016.320.318.323.3
8D.J. Chark5612679110013.919.916.919.9
9Preston Williams519572200019.224.221.724.2
9DeVante Parker576457100011.715.713.715.7

Golden Tate (FanDuel: $6300, DraftKings: $5900)

7vs ARI70116.080000081411.014.0
8@ DET69108.08500008.516.512.516.5
9vs DAL6866.042011605.811.88.811.8
10PROJ-Dodds5.8680.41309.515.312.5 (H=25)15.4 (H=38)
10PROJ-Tremblay5.7690.41409.715.412.6 (H=25)15.5 (H=39)
10PROJ-Bloom6.0650.40008.914.912.0 (H=23)15.0 (H=36)

Darius Slayton (FanDuel: $5600, DraftKings: $4200)

7vs ARI6922.02800002.
8@ DET6252.0502000171918.019.0
9vs DAL6741.0600000.
10PROJ-Dodds3.0420.3000697.5 (H=11)9.0 (H=21)
10PROJ-Tremblay2.8390.30005.78.57.1 (H=10)8.5 (H=19)
10PROJ-Bloom3.0470.40007.110.18.6 (H=14)10.1 (H=26)

Cody Latimer (FanDuel: $5000, DraftKings: $3000)

7vs ARI2354.03300003.
8@ DET3332.02800002.
9vs DAL1132.0810006.
10PROJ-Dodds2.0250.10003.15.14.1 (H=4)5.1 (H=11)
10PROJ-Tremblay1.7230.10002.94.63.8 (H=4)4.6 (H=9)
10PROJ-Bloom2.0190.10002.54.53.5 (H=3)4.5 (H=9)

Bennie Fowler (FanDuel: $4700, DraftKings: $3000)

7vs ARI2854.03500003.
8@ DET2322.02100002.
9vs DAL4263.02200002.
10PROJ-Dodds1.6180.10002.443.2 (H=3)4.0 (H=7)
10PROJ-Tremblay2.0220.10002.84.83.8 (H=4)4.8 (H=10)
10PROJ-Bloom3.0280.10003.46.44.9 (H=6)6.4 (H=16)

Jets vs TE

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)4 (-2.2)5 (-3.0)5 (-2.6)5 (-3.2)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)9 (-2.6)14 (-2.3)11 (-2.4)13 (-2.5)
6Jason Witten72755705.710.78.210.7
7Ben Watson62531801.
8Seth DeValve45111101.
9Mike Gesicki42669509.515.512.515.5

Rhett Ellison (FanDuel: $5000, DraftKings: $2500)

7vs ARI2822.03319.311.310.311.3
8@ DET3021.0-10-
9vs DAL3652.01701.
10PROJ-Dodds2.4260. (H=6)6.2 (H=18)
10PROJ-Tremblay4.0360. (H=12)9.4 (H=38)
10PROJ-Bloom4.0340. (H=12)9.2 (H=37)

Evan Engram (FanDuel: $6400, DraftKings: $5700)

7vs ARI5951.0600.
8@ DET6574.0401101412.014.0
9vs DAL5086.04805118.011.0
10PROJ-Dodds0.000000.0 (H=0)0.0 (H=0)
10PROJ-Tremblay0.5500.510.8 (H=0)1.0 (H=0)
10PROJ-Bloom0.000000.0 (H=0)0.0 (H=0)

Jets vs PK

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)24 (+1.1)24 (+1.1)24T (+1.4) (+0.0)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)23T (+1.5)23T (+1.5)23T (+2.0) (+0.0)
6Brett Maher3411101014.014.0
7Mike Nugent1144777.07.0
8Josh Lambo3323111112.012.0
9Jason Sanders1233666.06.0

Aldrick Rosas (FanDuel: $--, DraftKings: $--)

7vs ARI0133333.03.0
8@ DET0023222.02.0
9vs DAL4401121212.012.0

Jets vs TD

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)31 (+5.0)31 (+5.0)32 (+8.2)32 (+8.2)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)25T (+2.8)25T (+2.8)31 (+5.9)31 (+5.9)
6Dallas Cowboys2438221000444.04.0
7New England Patriots015414200131325.025.0
8Jacksonville Jaguars1521383000141415.015.0
9Miami Dolphins1832131010778.08.0

New York Giants (FanDuel: $4500, DraftKings: $2800)

7vs ARI27.00245200002210.010.0
8@ DET31.0037541100888.08.0
9vs DAL37.0042901100443.03.0
10PROJ-Dodds20.703242. (H=23)9.8 (H=37)
10PROJ-Tremblay20.503182.11.10.800.510.110.110.1 (H=24)10.1 (H=39)

Giants vs QB

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)24 (+2.8)24 (+2.8)25 (+2.7)24 (+3.3)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)21 (+1.5)21 (+1.5)21 (+1.3)21 (+1.9)
6Tom Brady8231413340176228.328.323.027.0
7Kyler Murray65142110400102808.
8Matthew Stafford632532342312-3027.827.824.427.4
9Dak Prescott71223525731312025.125.122.522.5

Sam Darnold (FanDuel: $7200, DraftKings: $5800)

7vs NE61113286042-100.20.2-2.7-1.7
8@ JAX612130218231-1015.815.815.615.6
9@ MIA7027392601121016.116.113.513.5
10PROJ-Dodds22332361.41.2380.117.617.617.6 (H=39)17.6 (H=49)
10PROJ-Tremblay20322281.41.1230.116.816.816.8 (H=36)16.8 (H=45)
10PROJ-Bloom21322171.71.500016.216.216.2 (H=34)16.2 (H=42)

Giants vs RB

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)24 (+1.6)21 (+1.0)22 (+1.4)22 (+1.4)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)22 (+2.4)21 (+2.5)21 (+2.8)24 (+3.4)
6Sony Michel41228603227011.313.312.313.3
6Brandon Bolden1232312222010.512.511.512.5
7Chase Edmonds612712634224033.
7David Johnson312000000.
8Ty Johnson257250411303.
8Tra Carson191234000003.
9Ezekiel Elliott57231390000013.913.913.916.9
9Tony Pollard15321031903.

LeVeon Bell (FanDuel: $6900, DraftKings: $6900)

7vs NE571570041.0607.
8@ JAX52923053.01203.
9@ MIA631766098.055012.
10PROJ-Dodds17630.44.0260.111.915.913.9 (H=27)15.9 (H=34)
10PROJ-Tremblay19700.54.9370.114.319.216.8 (H=38)19.2 (H=48)
10PROJ-Bloom18730.54.0250.2141816.0 (H=35)18.0 (H=43)

Bilal Powell (FanDuel: $4500, DraftKings: $3000)

7vs NE413000.0000.
8@ JAX10411000.0001.
9@ MIA7216000.0001.
10PROJ-Dodds3150.10.0002.12.12.1 (H=1)2.1 (H=2)
10PROJ-Tremblay2100.10.2101.71.91.8 (H=1)1.9 (H=2)
10PROJ-Bloom3100.10.0001.61.61.6 (H=1)1.6 (H=1)

Ty Montgomery (FanDuel: $4600, DraftKings: $4100)

7vs NE729010.0000.
8@ JAX600000.000000.00.0
9@ MIA200000.000000.00.0
10PROJ-Dodds21101.19023.12.6 (H=2)3.1 (H=3)
10PROJ-Tremblay1400.76011.71.4 (H=0)1.7 (H=1)
10PROJ-Bloom0000.000000.0 (H=0)0.0 (H=0)

Giants vs WR

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)30 (+5.9)30 (+7.2)30 (+6.3)30 (+7.9)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)23 (+3.6)23 (+5.7)22 (+3.8)22 (+5.7)
6Julian Edelman73159113000011.320.315.823.3
6Jakobi Meyers57445400005.
7Pharoh Cooper23442900002.
7Larry Fitzgerald48311200001.
8Kenny Golladay5286123200024.330.325.332.3
8Marvin Hall141149100010.911.911.411.9
9Amari Cooper617480100014.
9Michael Gallup65623310009.311.310.311.3

Robby Anderson (FanDuel: $5900, DraftKings: $4700)

7vs NE5681.0100000121.52.0
8@ JAX5564.04300004.
9@ MIA6742.03300003.
10PROJ-Dodds3.7570.30007.511.29.4 (H=16)11.2 (H=27)
10PROJ-Tremblay3.2480.30006.69.88.2 (H=12)9.8 (H=22)
10PROJ-Bloom4.0580.50008.812.810.8 (H=20)12.8 (H=35)

Jamison Crowder (FanDuel: $6500, DraftKings: $5000)

7vs NE4754.02600002.
8@ JAX4453.02400002.
9@ MIA5998.083100014.322.318.322.3
10PROJ-Dodds5.2570.30007.512.710.1 (H=16)12.7 (H=32)
10PROJ-Tremblay4.0470.30006.510.58.5 (H=12)10.5 (H=23)
10PROJ-Bloom6.0600.30007.813.810.8 (H=18)13.8 (H=37)

Demaryius Thomas (FanDuel: $4700, DraftKings: $3500)

7vs NE4493.04200004.
8@ JAX3855.06300006.311.38.811.3
9@ MIA5432.01900001.
10PROJ-Dodds3.3440.30006.29.57.9 (H=15)9.5 (H=28)
10PROJ-Tremblay3.7500.30006.810.58.7 (H=18)10.5 (H=33)
10PROJ-Bloom3.0320.3000586.5 (H=10)8.0 (H=20)

Vyncint Smith (FanDuel: $4700, DraftKings: $3000)

7vs NE1610.000000000.00.0
8@ JAX2542.010011302.
9@ MIA1731.0200000232.53.0
10PROJ-Dodds0.9110.10001.72.62.2 (H=1)2.6 (H=3)
10PROJ-Tremblay1.0150.10302.43.42.9 (H=2)3.4 (H=5)
10PROJ-Bloom1.01100001.12.11.6 (H=0)2.1 (H=2)

Giants vs TE

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)13 (-1.2)8 (-2.5)10 (-1.8)8 (-2.7)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)15 (-1.5)12 (-2.4)12 (-1.9)11 (-2.6)
6Ryan Izzo80423103.
7Charles Clay30211201.
8T.J. Hockenson42112102.
9Blake Jarwin261142110.211.210.711.2

Ryan Griffin (FanDuel: $5100, DraftKings: $3100)

7vs NE5121.0100.
8@ JAX5844.066218.622.622.624.6
9@ MIA6586.05005118.011.0
10PROJ-Dodds2.1210. (H=5)5.4 (H=11)
10PROJ-Tremblay1.4140.22.643.3 (H=3)4.0 (H=7)
10PROJ-Bloom3.0310. (H=11)8.5 (H=26)

Chris Herndon (FanDuel: $5000, DraftKings: $3800)

7vs NE000.000000.00.0
8@ JAX000.000000.00.0
9@ MIA000.000000.00.0
10PROJ-Dodds1.8200.23.254.1 (H=4)5.0 (H=8)
10PROJ-Tremblay0.780. (H=1)2.1 (H=1)
10PROJ-Bloom0.000000.0 (H=0)0.0 (H=0)

Giants vs PK

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)23T (+1.4)23T (+1.4)23T (+1.8) (+0.0)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)23T (+1.5)23T (+1.5)23T (+2.0) (+0.0)
6Mike Nugent0155555.05.0
7Zane Gonzalez22339910.010.0
8Matt Prater1244779.09.0
9Brett Maher3444131315.015.0

Sam Ficken (FanDuel: $--, DraftKings: $--)

7vs NE0000000.00.0
8@ JAX0011111.01.0
9@ MIA3411101013.013.0

Giants vs TD

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)32 (+5.4)32 (+5.4)30 (+5.0)30 (+5.0)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)32 (+12.0)32 (+12.0)32 (+10.4)32 (+10.4)
6New England Patriots1421313101212127.027.0
7Arizona Cardinals2126381200141414.014.0
8Detroit Lions2637030101171711.011.0
9Dallas Cowboys1827151201232318.018.0

New York Jets (FanDuel: $3900, DraftKings: $2700)

7vs NE33.0032301010441.01.0
8@ JAX29.0038920100443.03.0
9@ MIA26.0031640010666.06.0
10PROJ-Dodds22.503382.61.10.700. (H=24)9.3 (H=35)
10PROJ-Tremblay22.503332.31.10.700.4999.0 (H=23)9.0 (H=33)