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If the Giants returned similar personnel from 2020, then it would be easier to forecast a bounce back for Engram. But they added significant pass-catching pieces, including a TE they’ll pay $7 million this year. On top of that, Saquon Barkley returns after missing 14+ games. And even Sterling Shepard lost 5+ to injuries last season. Engram’s best hope is that the Kyle Rudolph signing signals more 2-TE sets. Rudolph arrives off playing almost exclusively inline, whereas Engram gets deployed more like a receiver.
Engram could still rebound enough statistically to finish among the top-12 at a volatile fantasy position. But he’ll have trouble approaching last year’s target share, which adds risk.