5 Giants who need to see more playing time moving forward

With the final stretch of the regular season almost here, these guys need to be featured more

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1. WR Jalin Hyatt

Almost every time Jalin Hyatt has been targeted, the Giants have had success. However, for one reason or another, he hasn't been utilized quite like we were hoping for him to be. With Darius Slayton battling an arm injury, it could open the door for Hyatt to get more targets.

On the season, Hyatt has played just 244 snaps in which he's caught 12 passes on 22 targets for 221 yards, only dropping one pass which was all the way back in Week 1. There are a lot of factors going into Hyatt's lack of production, such as poor QB play and a lack of time for plays to develop for him, but we're hopeful it gets turned around soon.

We've seen Tommy DeVito not hesitate to throw the ball deep like Daniel Jones, which gives Hyatt the best chance he's had in weeks to make some big-time plays. Hyatt is incredibly talented and his overall skillset as a pass catcher has become very underrated simply because the Giants don't give him many opportunities to do much other than run deep routes. Let's hope Hyatt can get on track this weekend vs. the Pats.