Kenny Golladay, New York Giants at Miami Dolphins
It will be Golladay against Miami cornerback Xavien Howard, with Mike Glennon throwing to him. That’s not a lot to be hopeful for since Golladay has been an absolute tragic disappointment. He is still scoreless this season and when healthy, he has not looked good. Glennon hasn’t thrown a 300-yard game since 2017, so when asked to fill in, he doesn’t try to light it up. The offense just remain stagnant.
It’s a shame because despite the talent in Miami’s secondary, they do give up their share of touchdowns and 100-yard receivers. If there was a more capable signal caller for the Giants we’d feel better recommending Golladay as a start but given the way the season has gone, it’d be just as well throwing a dart.