The New York Giants (4-2) host the winless Miami Dolphins (0-6) this week, meaning it should be a good week for Fantasy Football players who have members of the Giants on their rosters. Let's look at how good. As always, we turn to numberFire for projections that will help us make Start/Sit decisions.
Analysis: Unless Eli is the second QB on your roster to New England's Tom Brady you need to be playing him. He is performing at a Pro Bowl level, and the Dolphins are a bad team.
Analysis: Bradshaw is coming off his best game of the season and the Giants might be getting their running game figured out. Plus, Miami is bad.
Analysis: Only two receivers are projected higher. Play him, unless you are crazy and like to lose.
Analysis: The projection doesn't look great, but I say play him. In fact, pick him up off the waiver wire if he is available and you need a receiver. I did. Manningham had several 100+ yard receiving games a season ago, but has not had a game better than 56 yards receiving yet in 2011. He is due for a breakout game -- and the Dolphins are bad.
Analysis: Hooray! Ballard is finally included in numberFire's projections. If you need a player he isn't a bad gamble.
Analysis: Tynes is an average kicker -- no more, no less. I keep saying this, but the Dolphins are bad and the Giants should put up points. Which means lots of opportunities for Tynes.
numberFire Projection: 8.59 Fantasy Points
Analysis: Need a defense this week? The Giants are a good gamble. They create turnovers, and the Dolphins are winless.
Analysis: Jacobs missed the last two games with a knee injury. He should play this week, but you shouldn't play him. Too many questions, and too few carries available.
Analysis: If Manningham and Nicks have big days and the Giants are winning they will pound the ball. Which means fewer opportunities for Cruz.