Giants rookies TE Evan Engram and DT Dalvin Tomlinson were both selected to the Pro Football Writers of America All-Rookie Team.
Engram, the Giants' 2017 first-rounder, dazzled in his rookie campaign. He hauled in 64 receptions for 722 yards and six touchdowns, while helping the Giants convert on 37 first down catches. He led all torched all rookie tight ends in that category as well as finishing third in receptions, and second in touchdowns behind Steelers WR Juju Smith-Schuster, who also made the All-Rookie Team.
Among tight ends throughout the league, Engram finished sixth in receptions, fifth in yards, and tied seventh in touchdowns with fellow rookie TE, Bucs O.J. Howard.
Tomlinson filled the void of Johnathan Hankins this season beautifully, as he worked and learned next to prolific run stopper Damon "Snacks" Harrison. The Alabama product tallied 50 combined tackles, one sack, and one stuff. He also started in all 16 games this season.
Along with Tomlinson, Eagles DE Derek Barnett, Browns DE Myles Garrett, and Bengals DE/OLB Carl Lawson were in the defensive lineman category on the All-Rookie squad.