Ranking the NFC East wide receivers rooms from worst to best

Where to the Giants stack up with the rest of the division?
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3. New York Giants

Unfortunately, our beloved New York Giants find themselves at the No. 3 spot. No matter how you look at it, it's tough to put them above this. Like the Commanders, quarterback questions have plagued this receiving room in years past. Although the jury on Daniel Jones is out, he was the best option to get these guys the ball and he missed a majority of the season.

In 2023, Darius Slayton was the team's leading receiver with only 770 yards. Wan'Dale Robinson wasn't far behind with 525 and Jaylin Hyatt rounded out the Top 11 of the division with just under 400. The Giants may not have an individual receiver as good as McLaurin, but the depth of New York is greater than Washington's.

The Giants have a lot of veterans coming back who are entering their prime NFL years and also add in some youth with prized draft pick Malik Nabers. At long last, the Giants have someone who they believe will be a sure-fire No. 1 receiver. If Nabers can live up to the expectations even just a little bit, this receivers room will be far better.