New York Giants
Evan Engram, Levine Toilolo, Kaden Smith, Garrett Dickerson
Engram is the rare player that is getting better and better each season even though his numbers are actually getting worse. Most of this can be attributed to the play of his quarterbacks as well as his own health.
As a rookie, Engram was able to enjoy quarterback Eli Manning’s last serviceable year as a starter in the NFL. The following season, Manning underperformed horribly, which directly had a negative effect on Engram’s play. Missing five games did not help the matter either.
Last year, it took just one game for Manning to be replaced by rookie Daniel Jones. As Jones and Engram, began to build a rapport, injuries once again came into play, leading to Engram missing the final eight games of the 2019 season.
The talent is certainly there though. In 34 career games, Engram has 12 games with six or more receptions and 12 career touchdowns. Staying on the field will be his biggest asset in 2020. Behind him, Toilolo represents the veteran presence while Smith is more of a project.