2. WR Parris Campbell
Schoen and Daboll set forth a plan last offseason to bring in speed and separation for the offense. When they signed Parris Campbell, fans had a mixed reaction. They saw the productive season he had with the Colts, which made it seem like he'd be a great addition for quarterback Daniel Jones. However, things never really took off for Campbell with the team.
Inconsistent play and injuries have been the name of the game for Campbell, whether it was in college at Ohio State or the NFL. During his four years in Indy, Campbell often was out due to injury. His last season with the Colts was by far his best season. He posted 623 yards receiving on 63 receptions, while adding three touchdowns. Daboll and Schoen thought he may be worth the risk, so they gambled on the young receiver, and unfortunately, they lost.
The Giants signed the 26-year-old WR to a one-year deal worth $4.7 million. On the season, Campbell totaled 20 receptions for 104 yards and no touchdowns. The Giants will look elsewhere to upgrade the position and give whoever is playing QB another wide receiver weapon to go along with Darius Slayton and emerging star Wan'Dale Robinson. Campbell had high expectations for the Giants and he didn't even come close to reaching them.