The Giants offense has been effective even without a healthy Rueben Randle opposite Odell Beckham Jr.
Randle has continued to play despite a lingering hamstring injury, but the wide receiver continues to feel better on the injury front and believes he'll be a full speed after the Week 11 bye.
"It's still a little sore, but it's better than the past weeks," Randle said. "As much as I can rest it, I try to rest it to allow me to go longer in the game. Just trying to find a way to manage my way around it … hopefully, I'll be where I can go out there and play full speed (in) probably one more week and then after the bye."
Of course, before the bye week the Giants and Randle will first have to deal with the New England Patriots.
Randle was not a part of the Giants squads that defeated the Pats teams in their most recent Super Bowl. Nor was he around the time the Giants spoiled their attempt to go undefeated.
Still, he has maintained a level approach going into the showdown with the 8-0 Patriots.
"Our main focus is try to prepare like we will do any other week," Randle said. "Don't try to do anything out of the ordinary, prepare like we prepare, make sure we are all standing on the same page, and go out and compete at a high level."