The Giants made two wide receiver acquisitions in the last offseason, and both had some big games in Week 4. Against Marshon Lattimore and a talented Saints secondary, Kenny Golladay had six receptions for a high. of 116 yards. The 116 receiving yards are the most important among Giants wide receivers this season. He had an overall rating of 77.7, including a rating of 76.3 in the passing game. His overall rating of 79.8 currently ranks 17th among all wide receivers.
John Ross made his Giants debut in Week 4 and put the team on the board with a 52-yard touchdown. He finished the game with three receptions for 77 yards and the score, and received an overall rating of 76.4. Ross has also been impressive in the racing game, as the analytics site gave him a block rating of 82.8 out of seven racing games.
The Giants also had a strong pass protection performance from one of their main offensive playmakers, with Saquon Barkley scoring 83.7 on seven pass blocking snaps.
On the defensive side of the ball, Leonard Williams led the way with his overall score of 74.2. Williams stepped up in the running game, posting a defense rating of 73.8 and a tackle rating of 73.8. Defensive lineman Dexter Lawrence finished right behind him with an overall rating of 71.3. Lawrence had six tackles (four solo), one loss tackle and one pass break en route to receive a 73.6 pass rating and 72.4 tackle rating.
Oshane Ximines also had a good performance with an overall score of 69.6, a tackle score of 74.7 and a run defense score of 68.1. He recorded four tackles (one solo) and one pass break.
Rookie corner Rodarius Williams played 17 snaps in defense against the Saints and posted a solid 68.6. His cover rating of 68.3 was the team’s second highest, behind James Bradberry’s 70.1. Bradberry recorded his second interception of the season.
Veteran Reggie Ragland was rated 71.3 in running defense, while Logan Ryan was rated 71.7 in running game. Ryan also posted an elite 84.0 tackle rating after tying with Tae Crowder for a team record of nine tackles (four solo).