Latest Wan’Dale Robinson social media post should inspire every Giants player

The second-year wideout is coming off a spectacular showing vs. Green Bay

Green Bay Packers v New York Giants
Green Bay Packers v New York Giants / Kathryn Riley/GettyImages
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With the New York Giants finally gaining momentum and building positive energy after a challenging season start, players and fans may find it easy to lose perspective and forget about the recent past.

Whether the struggles stemmed from a lack of talent, poor coordinators and front office members, or the constant shuffling and rentals of head coaches, the Giants' have faced their fair share of challenges since their 2012 Super Bowl victory.

Following a remarkable Monday night performance against the Green Bay Packers, where Wan'Dale Robinson had a breakout game, he took to social media to reflect on his journey in the past calendar year and his remarkable comeback. You've just got to love how the youngster was feeling after the heart-stopping 24-22 Big Blue win:

Wan'Dale Robinson is finally hitting his stide for the New York Giants

Robinson, a second-year player out of the University of Kentucky, faced numerous critics after the 2022 NFL Draft, with many questioning whether his abilities could translate to the NFL level. After a somewhat slow start to his career last year, coupled with a torn ACL in Week 10 in a game against the Detriot Lions, Giants' fans began to wonder if they could ever fill the void at WR that has been gaping since the departure of Odell Beckham Jr.

Fortunately, Robinson turned the switch and delivered a stellar performance against the Packers, making impactful plays throughout the game. Arguably, none were more significant than the 32-yard grab where he created separation off the line of scrimmage, ultimately setting the Giants up for a game-winning field goal.

It is truly inspiring to witness Robinson reap the rewards of his hard work and resilience through rehab. With his knee back to total health, one can only hope that the connection he is building with quarterback Tommy DeVito continues to grow and flourish through the end of the season.

The Giants are now riding the high of a three-game winning streak. At 5-8, the G-Men are all of a sudden back in the playoff picture - they're one game back for the No. 7 seed in the NFC. The squad has a huge contest vs. New Orleans this weekend. Let's see if Robinson can post his second consecutive strong showing.

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