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There’s nothing wrong with the talent in Golladay, who should instantly become the Giants’ lead wideout. His frame and skill set plus QB Daniel Jones’ improved deep passing should allow Golladay to continue posting good yards-per-catch averages. His contested-catch ability should also make Golladay a prime end-zone candidate. The biggest problem with his outlook is the size of the Giants’ target pie. This just doesn’t look like a team that wants to pass a ton. And even though we like Golladay to lead the Giants in looks, Saquon Barkley, Sterling Shepard, Evan Engram and others will still command their shares.
Golladay’s ADP -- WR27, late Round 6 in FFPC best-ball drafting -- isn’t outlandish. But it still sits ahead of our projection for him. That keeps us from being excited about the Giants’ new #1.