N.Y. Giants @ Arizona
Team Totals: Giants 22.5, Cardinals 17.5
In a low-totaled game between bottom-10 NFL teams, fantasy expectations should be limited for most Giants and Cardinals skill-position players. … Personal expectations remain high for Saquon Barkley against Arizona, which coughed up 92 yards and a touchdown to Commanders backs in Week 1. In what wound up as a 40-point loss, backups Matt Breida and Gary Brightwell played far more than expected last Sunday night. Saquon should re-enter the 20-plus-touch range with a chance to go off. … I’m cleaning the slate for Daniel Jones following Week 1’s clunker and viewing him as a viable QB1 streamer with some DFS tournament appeal. Sam Howell hung last week’s QB11 fantasy finish on Arizona, while Jones’ 13 Opening Day rushing attempts suggest he’ll continue to be utilized heavily in the Giants’ running game.
Jones’ Week 1 target distribution: Darren Waller and Darius Slayton 5; Barkley and Parris Campbell 4; Isaiah Hodgins 3; Lawrence Cager 2; Sterling Shepard, Daniel Bellinger, and Jalin Hyatt 1. … Waller accounted for 35% of Jones’ Opening Day passing yards and should stay locked into fantasy lineups at Arizona. Waller missed practice time early this week, but it sounds like part of the Giants’ maintenance plan to keep him healthy.
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