Fantasy football is enjoyed by millions of fans and has become a staple piece in the sport.

Although fantasy football breaks down the conventional teams, many fans can not let go of the players they support. Luckily for Giants fans, a few players from the team are solid pickups in fantasy.


RB Saquon Barkley

With running backs being the most crucial position in fantasy and Saquon Barkley being arguably the best back in the game, it is easy to see why Giants fans would be excited to add him to their teams.

According to FantasyPros, Barkley has an average draft position of RB2, making him an appealing No. 2 overall pick.

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Over the past two seasons, Barkley only trails Christian McCaffrey in PPR scoring per game, making Barkley a very impressive back that has earned respect from everyone in the fantasy community.

Pro Football Focus also ranked Barkley as the second-best fantasy player in their “top 300 fantasy players breakdown”. Giants fans can select Barkley and rest easy, knowing that they will have a top fantasy performer.


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TE Evan Engram

In addition to being one of the most consistent tight ends in the league (when healthy), Evan Engram also has a bright fantasy outlook for the upcoming season. Engram underwent foot surgery last December, but according to reports, he is having a successful offseason and is finally healthy.

Engram averaged 8.5 targets per game last season, which puts him in an elite tight end company and in a position to perform well in fantasy. Pro Football Focus ranked Engram as the fifth-best tight end in fantasy, which gives Giants fans a solid tight end option to pick up in fantasy.

QB Daniel Jones

With an offense that has a few key weapons, many predict Daniel Jones to have a breakout season this year.

Although taking Jones in fantasy is risky, Danny Dimes had three games in the 2019 season that he put up more than 30 points, placing him only behind Lamar Jackson who had seven games with more than 30 points.


Overall, Giants fans have a few options to look forward to adding to their teams for the upcoming fantasy season.

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