10. WR Chris Calloway
Coming in at No. 10 is Chris Calloway, who spent seven seasons with the NY Giants, catching 334 passes for 4,710 yards and 27 TDs. While these are not the most impressive numbers, Calloway was the Giants’ most consistent receiver for the majority of his tenure, leading the team in receiving yards four out of the seven years he was in town.
After signing with the Giants in 1992, the 24-year-old Calloway quickly became a top pass catcher in the offense. Calloway played three playoff games for the Giants, catching 10 passes for 107 yards and 0 TDs in said games. However, the worst moment of Calloway’s career also happened during the playoffs. This happened during the 1997 NFC Wild Card game. While statistically, this was Calloway’s best playoff performance, as he caught six passes for 53 yards.
Despite this, with the NY Giants holding a 22-20 lead with 1:25 remaining in the 4th quarter, Calloway would muff an onside kick which essentially set up a game-winning field goal by the Vikings. While Calloway was no superstar receiver, he was a very consistent player for the NY Giants for seven years, helping the team make the playoffs twice. Despite his postseason blunder, fans can’t forget about how great he was at times.