4. Continue giving Wan'Dale Robinson opportunities to showcase his abilities
During the Monday Night Football duel against the Packers, Robinson looked like Giants' fans were hoping he would when drafted in the second round in 2022. His twitchy moves and blazing speed stressed SEC defenses while he blossomed as a star at the University of Kentucky. He looked like his old self when carving up the Packers' defense, consistently gaining yards after the catch.
With Robinson looking fully healthy and recovered after a torn ACL suffered last year, the Giants certainly should rely on him more this week and see if he can transform into a consistent weapon that the Giants have lacked for the better part of a decade.
Fresh off a game where he picked up 115 scrimmage yards, look for Robinson to get involved early and often against the Saints. Robinson is creating a connection with Tommy DeVito and is looking to act as a security blanket for his quarterback this Sunday.