4 NY Giants players who have disappointed the most after 10 games
1. WR Kenny Golladay
What else is there to even say at this point? No matter how many opportunities he is given, Kenny Golladay has yet to make a meaningful impact during his short tenure with the NY Giants and fans are sick and tired of it.
After signing with the Giants on a hefty four-year, $72 million contract prior to last season, it seemed as if the team had their first star receiver since they traded Odell Beckham Jr. away. However, not only has Golladay not lived up to his expectations, but he has also been one of the worst receivers in all of football in 2022.
Through five games played this season, Golladay only has four catches to his name. That’s right, a player who is getting paid roughly $18 million this season has four catches in six games. It is truly mind-boggling just how bad Golladay has been this year.
Golladay has been an embarrassment to watch this season, a true testament to former GM Dave Gettleman’s ability to seek out talent. There’s no way he’s back in the fall of 2023 for this team.