WR Darius Slayton
Slayton caught a high pass over the middle for a first down on the second play of the game. He injured his shoulder on the play, and even went into the locker room for further evaluation. But he was able to come back out and make hard catches all over the field.
Slayton led the team in targets and caught five receptions for a team-high 93 yards. No catch was bigger than the 40-yard bomb from Daniel Jones with just 4:10 to play in the game. The ball caught one of the gusts of wind circling within MetLife Stadium, and Slayton did a fantastic job keeping his eyes on it, and readjusting to make a tough catch.
The catch helped set up a Graham Gano field goal to push the Giants lead to 10.
That he did all this hurt is what gave him the A-. It could have been a solid A, had he not dropped a catchable ball for a first down to start the fourth.