Since the ship has sailed long ago on this season, and the new coach/GM posts have permeated all of our brains, it's time to have a little fun.
In case you've been living in a cave the past few months, you're well aware of the growing popularity of these daily and weekly fantasy football sites that promise to make you rich overnight.
The two most prominent sites are FanDuel and DraftKings. We here at SNY favor DraftKings, so from here on in we'll only use their data.
The Giants-Titans game is not one that will be watched by many. The game will be broadcast on FOX at 1pm Eastern in the NY, Philly and Nashville markets. Thom Brenneman and former Giant OL David Diehl will call the action.
Here's our breakdown of the game from a fantasy level using the DraftKings info.
Who's worth playing for the Giants....
The Titans are 30th in overall defense (18th vs the pass; 32nd vs the run) with 31 sacks, 11 INTs and 9 forced fumbles. They are a team that the Giants should be able to move the football on. Offensive Coordinator Ben McAdoo will try to exploit the Odell Beckham vs whomever matchup, but initially the Giants may want to take a shot a running the ball against the Titans' weak run defense.
QB Eli Manning ($6900, 17.8 FPPG): Eli's day will be determined by how well the defense plays, which is anyone's guess. Should the Giants fall behind, he could be in for a big day. If not, he'll probably score about 20 points, which is slightly higher than his average.
RB Andre Williams ($4400, 7.4 FPPG): Rashad Jennings (ankle) has not been ruled out, but he hasn't practiced in full all week. If he were healthy and ready to go, he'd be the play here. He traveled with the team to Nashville, but you would have to guess he's not going to get the green light. Williams should get most of the carries in this game, which could be a breakout performance if he does.
TE Larry Donnell ($4100, 11.2 FPPG): According to coach Coughlin, the Giants are still behind the mistake-prone Donnell. He may be the recipient of single-coverage as the Titans will be dedicating most of their coverage resources to Beckham and Rueben Randle.
WR Odell Beckham, Jr. ($7700, 19.9 FPPG): The cat's out of the bag on Beckham. His price has gone up considerably the past two weeks. A miracle catch will do that. If you are a fan and want to root for him, go ahead and put him in your lineup. If you're not, the Titans' corners are ranked 26th by DK, and no one has been able to handle this kid.
WR Rueben Randle ($4300, 11.o FPPG): He's a great play in this game. His price is low enough to play him even if the matchup wasn't in his favor. With Beckham drawing double coverage, he's going to have plenty of opportunities to make plays in this game.
For the Titans, if you want to go in that direction, QB Zack Mettenberger ($5600, 13.3 FPPG) is expected to play after being limited this week with a sprained throwing shoulder. If he's anywhere near 100% he could be a spot play if you're hard up for QB.
RB Bishop Sankey ($4000, 6.9 FPPG) is facing the Giants' porous run defense and is getting a lot of play on fantasy sites because the Giants are the second worst in the NFL against the run. I personally don't like his style of running, but against this Giants defense almost any RB can have a big day.
TE Delanie Walker ($4200, 12.8 FPPG) could be the main target in the passing game with WRs Justin Hunter and Kendall Wright both sidelined. The Giants will be without LB Jacquian Williams again, so this could be a good spot for Walker.