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RankTeamW-L-TPctStkWaiverForAgainst
1 6-0-01.000W65575.18446.30
2 4-2-0.667L19524.28418.12
3 4-2-0.667L13492.70566.84
4 4-2-0.667W28574.06497.28
5 3-3-0.500W22555.40504.48
6 3-3-0.500W11619.72506.12
7 +13-3-0.500W110470.62550.32
8 -12-4-0.333L27540.44595.16
9 1-5-0.167L36460.20582.68
10 0-6-0.000L64503.00648.30
* Rank change shown is from week 5 - 6

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  • 10/23, 12:29 am
    • Engram hauled six of his 12...

      Engram hauled six of his 12 targets for 60 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's loss to Seattle.

      Analysis: The rookie tight end led the Giants in receptions and yards for the second straight week and had twice as many targets as his nearest competition. His third touchdown of the season gave the Giants the lead early in the second quarter, but that would be all the scoring they would do on the day. The first-round pick has established himself as Eli Manning's go-to guy now that Odell Beckham and Brandon Marshall are out for the year. The Giants are headed for a bye in Week 8, but Engram should continue to provide stable production in Week 9 and beyond, even with the likely return of Sterling Shepard from an ankle injury.

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  • 10/22, 11:26 pm
    • Darkwa ran the ball nine times...

      Darkwa ran the ball nine times for 35 yards and caught all three of his targets for 13 yards in Sunday's 24-7 loss to the Seahawks.

      Analysis: After an impressive 21-rush, 117 yard performance against an elite Denver defense in Week 6, Darkwa was limited to single-digit carries in this contest much as he had been in the Giants' first four games. Nevertheless, the Tulane product still led the New York backfield in touches and remains the team's best bet for consistent fantasy production. After their Week 8 bye, the Giants have a pair of palatable rushing matchups on tap with the Rams and Niners in Weeks 9 and 10.

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  • 10/22, 10:47 pm
    • Manning completed 19 of 39 passes...

      Manning completed 19 of 39 passes for 134 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's loss to Seattle.

      Analysis: Facing an elite defense with his three primary pass-catching weapons out, Manning did about as well as could be expected. He was only sacked once and wasn't intercepted, but the 36-year-old did lose a key fumble in the fourth quarter that led to a Seattle touchdown. Hopefully a Week 8 bye and the return of Sterling Shepard from an ankle injury in Week 9 will help ease Manning's woes, but fantasy owners should not be looking for much production here.

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  • 10/22, 10:15 pm
    • Graham hauled in three of six...

      Graham hauled in three of six targets for 51 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's defeat of the Giants.

      Analysis: It could have been an even bigger day for the athletic tight end as Graham dropped a fourth-and-goal pass that hit him right in the hands as the second quarter began. He dropped another ball in space later on, too. Nevertheless, the 30-year-old has seen at least six targets (including at least one look in the red zone) in every game this season outside of Week 2 and continues to be in the top tier at his position. Seattle takes on Houston at home in Week 8.

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  • 10/22, 9:57 pm
    • Baldwin caught nine passes on twelve...

      Baldwin caught nine passes on twelve targets for 92 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's win over the Giants.

      Analysis: Baldwin had his biggest game since injuring his groin in Week 3 against the Titans. Finally healthy coming off of a bye, the Stanford product hauled in a 32-yard pass in the first quarter, and his 22-yard TD in the third put the Seahawks ahead for good. Now that he seems to be back to his old tricks, he should continue to put up low-end WR1 numbers going forward. The seventh-year pro will try to keep the momentum going at home in Week 8 versus Houston.

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