3. Isaiah Hodgins
Isaiah Hodgins followed general manager Joe Schoen and head coach Brian Daboll to the Giants last season after being waived by the Bills. His experience within Daboll’s offense dating back to their days in Buffalo helped him become an immediate offensive weapon for Daniel Jones, establishing himself as the team’s No. 1 receiver down the stretch of 2022.
In 10 games with the Giants last season, Hodgins caught 42 passes for 459 yards and five touchdowns, including a massive performance in the Giants NFC Wild Card win over the Vikings. Hodgins reeled in eight of his nine targets for 105 yards and a touchdown and was a major factor in the Giants reaching the NFC Divisional Round. This year, though, he's been used very little.
Through 10 games this season, Hodgins has 12 receptions for 120 yards and a touchdown. That is a far cry from his offensive production in 10 games as a member of the Giants last season. After playing nearly 80 percent of the team’s offensive snaps last season, that number has dropped below 50 percent in 2023 (49).
For some reason, the Giants have chosen to go away from Hodgins and look elsewhere for receiver production, which hasn’t boded well for either Hodgins or the team.