Giants Wide Receiver Expected to Play in Week 10

The New York Giants will finally have a chance to see the full potential of their receiving corps in Week 10. Wide receiver Kenny Golladay is expected to play this Sunday and could be in line for a significant role against the Houston Texans.
Golladay has been largely unavailable for the Giants this season due to a lingering knee issue, playing 99 snaps across his four injury-riddled appearances with the team. He has nabbed two receptions on six targets for 22 yards this year.

Golladay was a big free-agent splash for the Giants in 2021. He signed with the team on a four-year, $72 million deal after four years with the Detroit Lions in which he totalled 3068 receiving yards and 21 touchdown receptions at an impressive 9.7 yards per target.

Golladay has yet to hit his stride in his 18 appearances with the Giants, totalling a mere 543 receiving yards at a mediocre 6.6 yards per target. Nonetheless, the team could potentially benefit from the added attention he draws: despite their 6-2 record, the Giants rank 29th in passing yards and 30th in net yards per passing attempt. Their passing attack needs all the help it can get.
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