2. Parris Campbell
After signing Parris Campbell to a $4.7 million contract this offseason, the expectation was that he could be a trusty security blanket as an inside receiver. Coming off a 2022 season with the Indianapolis Colts, where he caught 63 passes, the sky was the limit in 2023.
While the Giants' quarterback carousel hasn't help Campbell's transition to New York, his role in the offense has been minuscule regardless of who throws him the ball. In the first 12 games, Campbell has secured just 20 catches for 104 yards. Unlike his time with the Colts, where he excelled at turning short passes into substantial gains, this season has seen him struggle with just over five yards per reception.
With only two receptions for six yards in his last three games, things are not trending in the right direction for Campbell. The hope is that after the BYE week, Tommy DeVito will work to involve Campbell more. The Giants will undoubtedly need all the help they can get as they prepare for a matchup with the Green Bay Packers.