3. CB Rock Ya-Sin
While Jones is either incredibly hot or cold, Rock Ya-Sin has been consistently solid throughout the majority of his playing days. He certainly isn’t a star in this league, but by no means is Ya-Sin a bad player.
On a rather bad Raiders defense, Ya-Sin stood out as one of the few good players on the field and is the kind of player the Giants need opposite of Jackson. The NY Giants are in need of a consistent CB2 to play outside and Ya-Sin very well may be their guy. In 11 games with the Raiders last season, Ya-Sin allowed 31 receptions on 53 targets for 323 yards and just one touchdown. These numbers may not be the most eye popping, but they do not need to be.
Ya-Sin consistently got the job done for Las Vegas, only allowing 45+ yards in three games and giving up more than four receptions in just one game. Alongside this, Sin allowed just 10.4 yards per reception and racked up 45 combined tackles.
To make things even better, Ya-Sin will be just 27 by the time the new season starts and is likely only going to get better. While his projected price tag of $9 million a season, according to PFF, certainly isn’t cheap, the Giants defense would benefit greatly from bringing a player like Ya-Sin in, so it might be worth the price.