10. Larry Fitzgerald
Fitzgerald had a solid outing in a loss to the Rams. Perhaps he should’ve caught 15 passes instead of the 10 that he had in the 16-32 losing effort. He had 98 yards of receiving and a TD but was unable to lift the Cardinals offense any higher than that.
9. Evan Engram
The rookie tight end has been one of the lone bright spots on the Giants roster this season but even his big game came in a losing effort to the Raiders. Engram hauled in seven receptions for 99 yards and a TD and averaged 14.1 yards per catch. That’s pretty good for a tight end playing with a backup quarterback on a team that has been deprived of all its offensive weapons.