Player Notes

  • Tallies just eight snaps Sunday
    Myarick did not get a touch or a target in the Giants' Week 13 tie with the Commanders.

    Advice: Myarick entered the contest having played at least 22 percent of New York's offensive snaps in 10 of 11 games, but that rate went down to just 12 percent Sunday. That was largely due to the return of rookie tight end Daniel Bellinger (97 percent offensive snap rate) and the presence of recently signed veteran Nick Vannett (45 percent). Myarick has caught just seven passes on eight targets over 12 games this season, and he's likely to see few pass-catching opportunities with Bellinger back in the fold. 21 minutes ago
    Week 13 Projected Rank
  • No targets in Giants debut
    Vannett did not get any targets against Washington in Sunday's 20-20 tie despite taking the field for 45 percent of the Giants' offensive snaps.

    Advice: Vannett made his debut with New York after coming over from New Orleans in late November. He was on the gridiron often Sunday but worked primarily as a blocker. Vannett did haul in a four-yard pass in the fourth quarter, but the play was called back due to a holding penalty. Rookie tight end Daniel Bellinger played all but two of the Giants' offensive snaps in the tie and caught five passes for 24 yards, emphasizing his role as the team's primary option at the position. 28 minutes ago
    Week 13 Projected Rank
  • Limited to return duties
    Brightwell did not log any offensive snaps in Sunday's 20-20 tie with Washington, but he gained 44 yards on two kick returns.

    Advice: Brightwell entered the weekend with a questionable tag due to an illness. He was ultimately able to play against Washington but did not garner any snaps on offense for the first time since Week 10. Brightwell had seen his most action of the campaign one week earlier, totaling 31 yards on five carries and 18 yards on two catches against Dallas. He's yet to log more than 10 offensive snaps in any game this season, and his value to the Giants is primarily as a kick returner. 37 minutes ago
    Week 13 Projected Rank
  • Top target in loss
    Olave reeled in four of six targets for 65 yards during Monday's 17-16 defeat to the Buccaneers.

    Advice: Olave once again paced the Saints in targets during this solid outing for quarterback Andy Dalton. However, the rookie still finished as the team's second-leading receiver behind wideout Rashid Shaheed, who posted a career-high 75 receiving yards. Olave also made an uncharacteristic drop on third down that would have given New Orleans' offense an additional red-zone opportunity late in the second quarter. The No. 1 wideout has been one of the most consistent offensive players for the Saints this year, and, following their Week 14 bye, he should have a chance to post a better stat line against Atlanta's 26th-ranked pass defense. Today, 10:15 pm
    Week 13 Projected Rank
  • Busy role on tap
    Wilcox had one catch for 13 yards on his only target in Sunday's win over the Chiefs. He played 47 offensive snaps, which is the most he's played all season, both in raw number and as a percentage of the team's snaps.

    Advice: Wilcox will maintain a similar role this upcoming week with Hayden Hurst unlikely to play. That said, he's unlikely to play a significant role in the passing game, as he's had no more than two targets in any given game this season. Today, 10:00 pm
    Week 13 Projected Rank

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Injury Reports

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