Ranking the 7 most important NY Giants players on offense

Will Daniel Jones and Saquon Barkley power this team back to the playoffs this winter?
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6. WR Isaiah Hodgins

Was there a better surprise performer for Big Blue last campaign than Isaiah Hodgins? A waivers pickup, the young wideout arrived to East Rutherford to be reunited with Coach Dabes and Joe Schoen, as they all knew each other quite well from their Buffalo days. Hodgins became a reliable option for Jones.

When it was first announced that Hodgins was joining the team, not many people expected much from the WR. Well, Hodgins wasted little time in making noise for this squad and he'll now be back in '23 hoping to record more head-turning plays for the Giants. The rest of the league saw in the Wild Card Round just how good Hodgins can be, as he posted eight receptions for 105 yards and a score.

While the Giants don't have a true WR1 on the roster, Hodgins and Darius Slayton will look to be the steady outside options for offensive coordinator Mike Kafka. Hodgins needs to play at a high level - anything similar to how he looked at the end of the '22 campaign would be fantastic. You want a bold prediction? Hodgins will flirt with 1,000 yards this fall and winter.