28. Eli Manning, Giants
Everything involving Manning and the Giants this season hinges on the offensive line. If that group holds up well, Manning can still throw the ball around and be a surprising fantasy option, at least as a backup. The problem is that if the offensive line struggles, there’s nothing Manning can do.
The receiver position is also a question mark for the G-Men after trading Odell Beckham Jr. It doesn’t help that Golden Tate will miss the early part of the season and Corey Coleman got hurt. That being said, Sterling Shepard, tight end Evan Engram, and eventually Tate are capable. Saquon Barkley should also help Manning rack up some yards on short passes.
Top Target: Sterling Shepard
Secondary Target: Golden Tate