Manning had a rough week against his brother, throwing four interceptions in a losing effort. He'll bounce back to a degree this week, though the Panthers defense will present a challenge.
The Giants had to abandon the run game fairly early last week, and at this point Wilson cannot be counted on as a starter.
Scott got only five carries last week, though he did catch two of the four passes thrown his way.
Jacobs got seven carries for four yards in his first game back with the Giants. Stay away.
Cruz had another big game, catching eight passes for 118 yards. He's a top-10 receiver.
Nicks caught four passes for 83 yards despite missing part of last week's game with a dislocated finger. The finger won't cause him to miss any time.
Randle caught just three passes, but he had nine targets. He's going to be a big part of this offense all season long.
Myers suffered a rib injury last week and was tested for a possible concussion, but it appears he'll be in there against the Panthers.
Brown benefitted from the Giants lack of efficiency in the red zone last week, but it's hard to count on that from week to week.
The Giants have struggled against the pass this year, and now they visit an underachieving Cam Newton and the Panthers. I don't like their chances.
Newton has been a huge disappointment thus far. Time for him to turn it around against a struggling defense.
Williams had another solid game, running for 85 yards on 22 carries. He's a weekly flex play so long as he's the only real runner in the backfield.
Tolbert got just six carries last week and is nothing more than a change-of-pace back.
Smith had 11 targets last week, though he caught just five of them for 52 yards. Both he and Cam Newton will get on track this week.
Despite his 40-yard TD catch last week, Ginn isn't a fantasy option.
LaFell caught four passes for just 13 yards. He doesn't appear to be any more than the fourth option on this team.
Olsen caught seven of the eight balls thrown his way last week for 84 yards and a touchdown. He looks like a top-five tight end.
The Giants have not done a good job of keeping the opposition out of the end zone, and I don't see them starting this week.
Carolina has struggled against the pass this year, and that could spell big things for Eli Manning and the Giants this week.
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