3. WR Parris Campbell
One of the more interesting signings Joe Schoen made this offseason was former Colts receiver Parris Campbell. While everyone knew he had injury concerns, there was no doubt that Campbell brought big-play potential from the slot position. Four games into the season and Campbell's time as the Giants starting slot receiver could be coming to an end.
Campbell has been solid for the Giants, but he hasn't been close to the player they signed him to be. Not only has he been limited in the deep ball game due to reasons both in and outside of his control, but even in the short game he hasn't been all that great. This season, Campbell has 14 catches on 21 targets for 62 yards and zero touchdowns, averaging just 4.4 yards per catch.
Now, with Wan'Dale Robinson having made his name known in the last couple of weeks since his return, alongside Jalin Hyatt's big-play potential, Campbell very well could be out of the lineup before we know it. In fact, he has already seen a decrease in snaps. Through the first two weeks, Campbell saw 71 snaps, but in the last two weeks, Campbell has been on the field just 44 times.
The potential was there for Campbell, but with the Giants having been relying on their short game, a guy like Robinson is a much better fit in the slot. His dynamism and abilities in the open field make Robinson a big-time weapon for the Giants and we hope to see his snaps continue to increase as the season goes on.