Evan Engram: GO
It’s time. Despite making the Pro Bowl, Engram caught only 61 passes for 637 yards and a career-low one touchdown. Engram had another drop Sunday, his 15th of the season, that was intercepted and the Cowboys converted for a touchdown. For all the promise Engram’s athleticism shows, he’s far too often a liability in the passing game rather than a reliable target. Engram drew some interest at the trade deadline, and if a team offers an asset and change of pace for Engram in a trade this offseason, the Giants should jump at the chance to move on.
Kaden Smith: STAY
The Giants had hoped that Smith would breakout as a pass catcher this season, but that didn’t happen. However, Smith was the Giants’ highest-graded run-blocker, with a 73.6 mark. With Saquon Barkley’s return next season and the Giants’ commitment to running the football, Smith provides some value.
Levine Toilolo: GO
Toilolo was among the most disappointing offseason additions, and his signing was made even more puzzling by his inability as a run-blocker. This is a spot the Giants must try again to upgrade this offseason.