The Giants' offense needs a jump start after floundering this season. It ranked 28th in points and yards and blew away the rest of the field by committing 44 turnovers. New offensive coordinator Ben McAdoo wants to jolt this squad back to life by installing "an up-tempo, attacking-style offense," he said. That's what wide receiver Victor Cruz likes to hear.
"I'm for all [going] up-tempo, getting a lot of catches, making a lot of plays," Cruz said to the New York Post. "That's what I want to do -- that's kind of right up my alley. I'm excited to hear that, and I'm excited to get in there and learn the offense and get it going."
More plays mean more chances for fantasy points for everyone involved. With Cruz, Jerrel Jernigan , and Rueben Randle , the Giants have a talented, young receiving corps able to play at a fast pace. I expect Eli Manning to rebound from a brutal 2013 with McAdoo's help. All of these guys will come at a discount in drafts. Finding a starting RB will be crucial for this plan to come to fruition.