The Giants are getting healthy … especially in the receiving corps.
Rueben Randle said as much on Thursday, adding that when both he and Odell Beckham Jr. are healthy, the big-play spark will be back.
"We feel it coming," Randle said. "We've just got to stay with it, stay patient, got to let it come to us a little bit. Don't try to rush it and force some things. We know the time will come, big plays are going to come. Just got to continue to do the right thing for us to be prepared for the opportunities."
Speaking of opportunities, the Giants have a prime one right in front of them.
The New Orleans Saints may be opportunistic, forcing six turnovers in their last two games, but the defense is allowing the third-most yards in the NFL and the second-most yards per play.
"You definitely can make some big plays," Randle explained. "They like to play man, especially on third down, so there are opportunities there. It's going to be upon us as receivers to create that separation and make some plays. Kind of take the air out of the building because you know they're going to be rowdy and they're coming from winning three games straight so we've got to be ready for the challenge.