2. WR Parris Campbell
One of the more noteworthy signings made by Joe Schoen this offseason was that of former Colts WR Parris Campbell, who joined the Giants on a one-year, $4.7 million contract. Through seven games, though, Campbell has been one of the biggest disappointments on a Giants offense that's chock-full of them.
Not only has Campbell not been the deep threat the Giants needed him to be, but he's been one of the worst YAC receivers in the NFL, offering no dynamism with the ball in his hands. This is something that Brian Daboll is noticing as well, as Campbell has seen a continuous decline in snaps since Week 1 to the point where he saw the field just three times against the Commanders.
With the rise of Jalin Hyatt, alongside the usage of both Wan'Dale Robinson and Darren Waller, the Giants have not had much need for a receiver of Campbell's archetype. Perhaps he can be used occasionally as a deep ball threat as the season goes on, but it's pretty clear he won't be a consistent part of the Giants' offense moving forward barring injury.
Through seven games, Campbell has caught 16 passes for just 85 yards and zero touchdowns, averaging just 5.3 yards per catch. While he's not on a big contract or anything, there's still no doubt that he's been a massive letdown for the Giants this season.