Following Sunday night's Hall of Fame Game, Giants tight end Adrien Robinson wasn't targeted once in the passing game and played third-string duties. TEs Larry Donnell and Daniel Fells were swapped in with the first-team offense. They caught one pass for 13 yards and one pass for 10 yards, respectively. Robinson, a freakish athlete once dubbed the "JPP of tight ends," hasn't shown he can be a serious TE in the NFL.
The Giants desperately need a solid tight end, but Robinson doesn't seem to fit the role. He can be dropped in most formats, and the tight end situation in New York is one to avoid altogether. Fells and Donnell are simply not the answer.