this New York Giants haven’t had such a great start in a long time, the team started the season with a 2-0 record, Saquon Barkley headlined the team’s efforts and led the offense, and quarterback Daniel Jones was a concern for him. shots seem to have taken a step back. One of the biggest questions, however, has been the team’s waning reliance on the trusted audience-wide Kenny Golladay Jr.
In the New York Giants’ game against the Carolina Panthers on Sunday, Kenny Golladay took only two snapshots despite his team’s 19-16 win, leaving the game unaware, why aren’t the Giants targeting him enough? He remains optimistic about the team. Golladay has made a solid impression on the team since arriving in 2021 and with two 1,000-yard seasons under his belt, jumping at his chance to leave when he signed a 4-year $72 million deal to come to the Detroit Lions. Big apple.
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Kenny Golladay is surprised by Brian Dabol’s reluctance to pass the ball to him:
Kenny Golladay has caught 29 passes for 543 yards in 16 games since arriving in New York. He hasn’t made a trip to the edge since he became a giant. But this season hasn’t been that good for him so far either. Let alone a goal, Kenny Golladay wants the ball in his hands now.
It begs the question: Why is Head Coach Brian Dabolll reluctant to pass the ball to a pitch that the team has spent so much money to bring? “I still don’t really know. I’m preparing like I’m going to play, but who knows?” The two games leading into the season, Richie Games, David Sills, Kadarius Toney and Wan’Dale Robinson, less successful and lesser-known exploits from Golladay were targeted the same or more than him.
The wide receiver is still trying to understand why, especially after reiterating that the front office and coaching team did all that was expected of him. “GM, Head Coach, all these coaches keep saying, ‘You’re doing everything right, you’re handling yourself the right way,’ it’s kind of confusing.”
Golladay will make $17.75 million this year, which translates to roughly $1.04 million per game. The two snaps he’s taken to date are worth $522,000 each, which is a hefty price tag to pay for a virtually unused expansion. That’s shocking, considering the New York Giants’ capping issues. The team’s cap is just $5.4 million.
New York wouldn’t cut Golladay either because that would put more dead-end space on the team throughout the year, but if they found a team willing to trade him and spend $21.4 million per season, that would be ideal. situation for both parties.
If you’re the GM of a team and you’re looking at how Golladay is being treated in New York, you’ll be even more reluctant to get him, why would any team spend so much money to get a star player in Detroit? Does it refuse to exploit its potential? Kenny Golladay remains hopeful, “I should have played no matter what, that’s a fact.” The expansion is ending.
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