NY Giants need to get these 2 WRs more involved for Week 4 vs. Seahawks

Some major changes are needed on offense for the Giants moving forward
New York Giants v San Francisco 49ers
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There are almost too many problems to count for the NY Giants on both sides of the ball. The 30-12 loss to the San Francisco 49ers showcased that the G-Men aren't quite ready to hang with the NFL's elite. However, there's no question that Mike Kafka needs to make some changes on offense.

One of the biggest takeaways from the defeat in primetime was that both Wan'Dale Robinson and Jalin Hyatt were barely used. Robinson, making his first appearance since tearing his ACL, hauled in four receptions for only 21 yards. As for Hyatt?

He didn't even have a single target. That's something that needs to change ASAP. Matter of fact, Kafka and Brian Daboll have to make it a priority to feed them the pigskin vs. Seattle in Week 4.

Jalin Hyatt and Wan'Dale Robinson must get more involved with the NY offense

Robinson looked like he didn't miss a beat early on in his first game of the season. Everyone was reminded how quick and shifty he is. With his fantastic speed and route running, he could become a key option for Daniel Jones moving forward.

The same can be said for Hyatt, who very well may have saved the day in the thrilling Week 2 win against the Cardinals. Hyatt got the third quarter of that game started with a bang, as he brought in a 58-yarder from Jones.

The third-round pick wasn't done there, as his 31-yard reception in the fourth quarter helped set up the game-tying touchdown pass from Jones to Isaiah Hodgins. After his performance in Glendale, a lot of us expected him to be featured quite a bit vs. SF.

The opposite proved to be the case, with Hyatt failing to receive a single target and only being on the field for 16 snaps. That's unacceptable from our point of view. Hyatt needs to see much more action against Seattle. We'd love to see both the rookie and Robinson make a ton of noise against the NFC West side.