New York Giants 2022 Fantasy Breakdown

Giants Futures (Super Bowl +4000, NFC Champion +2000, Division +300)

2021 Record: 4-13

Key Additions / Departures
Signings / ResigningsNotable Draft PicksDepartures
OGJamil DouglasOTEvan NealCBJames Bradberry
TERicky Seals-JonesDEKayvon ThibodeauxOGWill Hernandez
TEJordan AkinsWRWan’Dale RobinsonOTNate Solder
WRRichie JamesTEDaniel BellingerTEEvan Engram
QBTyrod Taylor
Offensive Depth Charts (with Phantasia Sports ADP Rankings – PPR)
QBDaniel JonesDaniel Jones (169.2)
RBSaquon BarkleySaquon Barkley (18.8)
WR1Kenny GolladayKenny Golladay (162.3)
WR2Sterling ShepardKadarius Toney (112.5)
WR3Darius SlaytonWan’Dale Robinson (167.5)
WR4Kadarius Toney / C.J. BoardDarius Slayton (212) / Richie James (334)
TEEvan EngramDaniel Bellinger (356)

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*When it comes to the Giants, it’s hard to label anything GOOD, BAD or UGLY… so we are going to change it up for this section and call it THE NEW, THE HOPEFUL and THE UGLY.*


Brian Daboll comes in as the new kid on the block off of being attributed heavily to Josh Allen’s success in Buffalo. Draft day reports listed Allen as an extreme talent with raw skills, a player with a cannon and an ability to run …..sound familiar?


Can Daboll work his magic with Daniel Jones? In 2020, Daniel Jones was “Next Gen’s top rated” deep ball passer. Last year, he only attempted 24 deep balls and completed 8 (did not have a turnover worthy throw in those 24 attempts). Will the real Daniel Jones step up? On top of that, Saquon Barkley is healthy (again) and looking explosive (again ). Rookie Wan’Dale Robinson looks as if he has cemented himself as the WR3 on the team pairing his skillset with the likes of Kadarius Toney, which in theory should create a lot of pressure on opposing defenses.

Now that last sentence grows exponentially if Kenny Golladay returns to his 2018 and 2019 form. Personally, I believe he can, as his downswing in production lines up with the arrival of ex-HC Joe Judge and more importantly, ex-OC Jason Garrett. This Giants team has raw talent all over the field offensively, but can Daboll get them to produce?

**One special note: Sharp football analysis has the Giants ranked as the 31st secondary in the league.


PFF ranks the Giants offensive line as the 18th ranked OL in the NFL — under the category “at least one good tackle”. While this could lead to more running for Jones, it does not help the case for Saquon or the wide receivers. The other thing to be wary of is this is a team with a first-year head coach, players that have shown to quit on a coach, and a team that FEELS like they get bitten by the injury bug worse than any other team in the NFL.

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Saquon BarkleyADP 14.5 – Round 1/2
Kadarius ToneyADP 80.4 – Round 6/7
Kenny GolladayADP 148.1 – Round 12/13
Wan’Dale RobinsonADP 158.5 – Round 13/14
Daniel JonesADP 167.4 13/14