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Giants 2021 position review: Wide receiver was a mess all season

Giants 2021 position review: Wide receiver was a mess all season

It was this kind of season for Giants’ wide receiver Kenny Golladay. | Photo by Patrick Smith/ After a huge offseason effort to add play-makers, injuries and offensive dysfunction rendered wide receivers ineffective A priority of the 2021 offseason for the New York Giants, probably their biggest priority, was adding play-making weapons to their offense. They handed wide receiver Kenny Golladay a four-year, $72 million contract — the richest of the offseason for a wide receiver. They drafted Kadarius Toney in Round 1. They took a one-year flier on injury-prone 2017...
Inside the Iggles Jan 10, 2022

Eagles dodged a bullet via Kenny Golladay’s acquisition by Giants

Perhaps the most encouraging storyline that will come out of the Philadelphia Eagles 2021-2022 season is as follows. A team we’d thought would enter the campaign with, at best, hopes of winning as many games as they can in a rebuilding year earned a playoff berth. As great as that story will be to share […] Eagles dodged a bullet via Kenny Golladay’s acquisition by Giants - Inside the Iggles - Inside the Iggles - Philadelphia Eagles News, Opinion, and Fan Community
GMEN HQ Jan 9, 2022

How can New York Giants get more out of Kenny Golladay in 2022?

The New York Giants and Kenny Golladay signed a 4 year $72 million dollar deal last year and things have gone awful for him as a Giant. Since Day 1 things have been rocky for the New York Giants and Kenny Golladay. With one game left in his first season with the Giants, Golladay has […] How can New York Giants get more out of Kenny Golladay in 2022? - GMEN HQ - GMEN HQ - NY Giants News & New York Giants Fan Community
GMEN HQ Jan 8, 2022

Kenny Golladay reflects on dreadful first season with NY Giants

Kenny Golladay came nowhere close to living up to even the most modest expectations of his impact, after signing with the NY Giants last spring This wasn’t how Kenny Golladay envisioned his first season with the NY Giants, after signing a massive contract that includes $45 million guaranteed early in free agency last spring. Entering […] Kenny Golladay reflects on dreadful first season with NY Giants - GMEN HQ - GMEN HQ - NY Giants News & New York Giants Fan Community
Big Blue View Jan 8, 2022
Kenny Golladay: First season with Giants “not good enough”

Kenny Golladay: First season with Giants “not good enough”

Kenny Golladay (19) | Photo by Mike Stobe/ Signed to be a difference-maker, Golladay has just 34 catches and no touchdowns Entering Week 18, 265 players have caught a touchdown pass during the 2021 NFL season. New York Giants wide receiver Kenny Golladay is not one of them. That’s a stunning fact for a player the Giants signed to a four-year, $72 million contract ($40 million guaranteed) this offseason to be their No. 1 receiver. Per Lineups.com, Golladay has been targeted nine times in the red zone with only one reception. He went from Week 2 thru Week 11 without a...
Big Blue View Dec 31, 2021
Giants notebook: Kenny Golladay, Isaiah Wilson, Leonard Williams, more

Giants notebook: Kenny Golladay, Isaiah Wilson, Leonard Williams, more

Keny Golladay trying to catch a pass against the Eagles. | Photo by Jim McIsaac/ News and notes about the Giants heading into Sunday’s game against the Bears Let’s empty the notebook with a New Year’s Eve New York Giants notebook. Joe Judge on the final two games Obviously, the Giants would like to finish the season with victories in their final two games. “You really just want these guys who have come out and worked very hard throughout the year for us, dealt with a lot of adversity throughout the year and stuck together very well as a team, to experience...
NorthJersey.com Dec 30, 2021
Kenny Golladay's struggles have been magnified in first season with NY Giants

Kenny Golladay's struggles have been magnified in first season with NY Giants

The struggles of Kenny Golladay have been front and center inside the Giants' overall offensive woes.       
Big Blue View Dec 30, 2021
Freddie Kitchens on offensive struggles, Kenny Golladay, more

Freddie Kitchens on offensive struggles, Kenny Golladay, more

Photo by Michael Reaves/ Giants OC reiterates that the franchise has the right pieces in place There’s no way to sugarcoat the New York Giants’ offensive struggles under interim offensive coordinator Freddie Kitchens. In five games since firing Jason Garrett, the Giants have averaged 11.8 points per game, topping 10 points only once. Daniel Jones appeared in only one of those games, but that can’t fully account for the lack of production from expected playmakers like Kenny Golladay and Saquon Barkley. While speaking to the media on Thursday, Kitchens was hesitant...

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