1. Wide Receiver Garrett Wilson
This should really come as no surprise. Jets wide receiver Garrett Wilson, the reigning NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year, is someone that the Giants should not only be worried about, but terrified of. He's coming off a season for the Jets where he had 83 receptions for 1,103 receiving yards and four touchdowns.
While Wilson hasn't quite lived up to the hype this year (in large part due to Rodgers' injury), he's always a threat when he's on the field. He's the most reliable option for backup signal-caller Zach Wilson and the two will look to put on a show at MetLife Stadium on Sunday against the G-Men secondary.
This Jets team is full of standout players on offense and they also has a great receiving core with the likes of Allen Lazard, C. J. Uzomah and Tyler Conklin, plus Hall out of the backfield too. However, Garrett Wilson is by far is the best wide receiver on their team and will for sure be a challenge for the Giants. We'll see how Deonte Banks and Co. will do in trying to prevent him from balling out.