How much fun was it watch NY Giants third-round pick Jalin Hyatt ball out in the 10-7 win over the Patriots? Hyatt, who hadn't quite lived up to the hype leading up to Week 12, had a breakout game for the G-Men.
On Sunday at MetLife Stadium, Hyatt caught five balls from Tommy DeVito for 109 yards. That's the kind of production we've been hoping to see out of the youngster. Some incredible grabs were posted, but we've simply got to talk about him making a Pats DB look silly on a short catch. Just take a look for yourself:
Jalin Hyatt had a career game for the NY Giants on Sunday and fans loved it
Poor J.C. Jackson didn't have a chance here, as Hyatt left him in the dust with an incredible move. When Hyatt first caught the ball, it looked like he was going to be stopped way short of the sticks. Instead, he juked Jackson out of his socks.
This was an incredbile play from the rookie wideout and it still has people talking. Hyatt has been looked at this season as more of a deep threat, but when he gets the ball in his hands, there's no question that he can create some magic.
It's been a bit of a quiet season thus far for the youngster, but Sunday's performance reminded everyone of how much potential he has. It's also going to give Hyatt a ton of confidence heading into the last stretch of the campaign.
The G-Men are on a BYE this weekend, but in Week 14, a primetime showdown against the Green Bay Packers will be on the way for Monday Night Football. Hyatt gave Big Blue Nation a taste of what he's capable of against New England - now we can't wait to see what he'll be able to get done against the Packers defense soon enough.