The New York Giants are a team that’s been around for a long time.
And for the past couple of seasons, it’s been getting older.
The Giants have a number of players who have been with the franchise since the early 1970s, and have had plenty of success over the years.
However, the past few years have seen a drastic change in the roster and coaching staff.
There’s a lot of turnover and turnover in the locker room, and some of the older players have started to show signs of age.
Here’s a look at some of those guys and how they’ve fared over the past three seasons.1.
Matt Forte, WR, Washington RedskinsMatt Forte is one of the biggest surprises of the 2017 season.
The Redskins had some very talented players at wide receiver in Washington, but Forte was the clear leader.
Forte caught 57 passes for 1,065 yards and seven touchdowns, which is more than any other receiver in the league.
This season, he was targeted just 12 times, which was the lowest in the NFL this year.
However it’s hard to fault Forte for the numbers, as he has put up big numbers in his career.
Fortes receiving numbers are well above his career average of 12.4 yards per catch.2.
Brandon Marshall, WR/KR, Detroit LionsThe Lions have a great defense, and one of their best defensive backs is the rookie cornerback.
The Lions have given up just seven passing touchdowns over their last two games.
However this past weekend, Brandon Marshall showed his value by picking up the interception that gave the Lions a late touchdown.
He was targeted 14 times, but caught just five of them for 28 yards and an interception.3.
Odell Beckham Jr., WR, New York JetsThe Jets have been in the midst of a rebuild over the last few years.
Beckham has been one of those players that was expected to be a superstar, but has instead been inconsistent and inconsistent.
His touchdown numbers have dipped in recent years, but he still finished with a career high 996 receiving yards.
His production has also dipped, but his yards per reception have been a little bit higher than his career averages.4.
Brandon LaFell, WR-KR, Pittsburgh SteelersOne of the top players in the 2017 draft class is now the best receiver in Pittsburgh.
LaFells first two seasons with the Steelers were a great one.
He finished with 9,988 receiving yards, which ranks as the best single season total for a wide receiver.
His first two years with the team were also pretty good, and the team had success with him.
However in 2018, he missed the first five games with a shoulder injury.
This led to him missing the entire first half of the season.
In fact, LaFelle finished the season with just over 5,000 receiving yards in his first five years.
In order to keep LaFella healthy, the Steelers have to keep him healthy, and he’ll have to be ready for his first NFL game on Thursday.5.
Kenny Britt, WR; RB; WR; WR, Cincinnati BengalsThe Bengals have one of, if not the best, receiving corps in the NFC North.
Britt is a great fit in their offense, as the Bengals have a good receiving corps.
He has a great knack for making plays, and has proven to be one of these receivers that will catch the ball out of the backfield.
He’s a natural receiver, and his size allows him to stretch the field.
He’ll have plenty of opportunities to make big plays, as his 4.47 40-yard dash was the fastest time for a rookie in the history of the NFL.6.
Dez Bryant, WR | RB | RB; RB | WR | WR, Atlanta FalconsDez Bryant is an elite receiver in all aspects of the game.
He had over 4,000 yards and 11 touchdowns in 2017, and was a huge part of the offense that made the Falcons Super Bowl run.
However he has struggled in the past year with injuries, which will be a major concern going forward.
Bryant has had some trouble with concussions in the last two seasons, but this season, his numbers have dropped.
He also missed the second half of his 2017 season with a concussion.7.
Demaryius Thomas, WR – WR | TE | TE, Denver BroncosDemaryius has become one of one of most feared weapons in the game in the coming years.
He averaged nearly 25 yards per target last year and has been an elite pass catcher for the Denver Broncos.
However his recent struggles have been more in the red zone.
In 2017, he averaged just under 10 yards per route run, and that number has dropped to just under 4 yards per attempt.8.
Antonio Brown, WR• RB• RB • WR• WR• TE, Pittsburgh PanthersAntonio Brown is a true star for the Steelers.
He is one the most dominant players in all of football