Here is your weekly look at which New York Giants to start or sit on your Fantasy Football team for Week 14 of the NFL season.
Eli Manning -- The Giants will have to outscore the Saints, a team that has put up 97 points combined the last two times the teams met. Fortunately for the Giants, they have Manning. Also, the Saints have -- statistically -- the NFL's worst defense. START
Ahmad Bradshaw -- With Andre Brown out for the season it looks like the Giants intend to ride Bradshaw until his troublesome foot -- or some other body part -- breaks down completely. He carried 24 times for 103 yards against the Washington Redskins. In a game the Giants have to win I would expect him to be heavily relied upon again. START
David Wilson -- The rookie running back figured to see his workload increase due to Brown's injury, but played only seven snaps and carried only four times against the Redskins. You can't play the guy until the Giants actually prove they are willing to give him significant snaps, and carries. SIT
Martellus Bennett -- Caught a touchdown pass against Washington, and his 44 receptions are the most since Jeremy Shockey had 57 in 2007. START
Victor Cruz -- Hasn't really been dynamic the past few weeks, and is showing an annoying tendency to drop the ball and shy away from contact over the middle. You have to play him, though, especially against New Orleans. START
Hakeem Nicks -- Doesn't seem like he will ever be fully healthy this season, but could this be a breakout game for Nicks? START
Rueben Randle -- Played 41 snaps as the third wide receiver last week, but made only one catch. His role seems to be increasing, but I'm not sure what that will translate to. YOUR CALL