3. NY Giants WR Parris Campbell Jr.
Parris Campbell Jr. was one of Daniel Jones' favorite pass-catchers to throw to this summer, and that has continued early in the season. Campbell leads Giants receivers in receptions with 11 this fall. Only Darren Waller (12) has caught more passes than Campbell Jr.
Despite hauling in 11 passes, Campbell's 47 receiving yards are the fifth-most on the Giants. Despite his blazing sub-4.3 speed, Campbell averages a porous 4.3 yards per catch. Offensive coordinator Mike Kafka deserves some blame for that, as most routes Campbell runs are flats, but you'd still like to see a player with blazing speed break a tackle and generate yards after the catch.
After all, the value of speed is generating YAC; any receiver can run a flat. The ex-Colt is averaging just 1.5 YAC this fall. While he has only been credited with one drop, the speedster should have brought in more passes for Danny Dimes thus far.
Campbell has lined up in the slot 79.3 percent of the time this season, but it would behoove the Giants to let the speedster get more one-on-one chances on the outside. It also can't hurt to line him up in the backfield or give him a Curtis Samuel-like role. However possible, the Giants need to get the guy most viewed this summer as their top receiver going.