Dose: Giants Offense Sputters

Dose: Giants Offense Sputters
In Tuesday's Dose, Connor Allen recaps the Monday night game and dives into the details of the injuries to Greg Olsen and Corey Coleman.
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Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal reports Corey Coleman (broken hand) is expected to be placed on injured reserve.

That would cost the receiver at least eight weeks. Coleman was able to come back after just six weeks from a broken hand last season, but this one required surgery, perhaps extending the timetable. Kenny Britt would seem like the No. 1 receiver with Coleman sidelined, but he seems like he does not want to even be on the field right now. Rashard Higgins may end up emerging as the go-to option.
Sep 19 - 9:37 AM

Free agent DE/OLB Lamarr Houston worked out for the Saints on Tuesday.

Houston was released with an injury settlement by the Bears earlier this month. He was limited to two games last season, but Houston is just a year removed from an eight-sack campaign in 2015. He would be a solid addition for a Saints defense which needs all the help it can get.
Sep 19 - 8:01 AM

ESPN's Adam Schefter reports Jordy Nelson (quad) is "50-50" for Week 3 against the Bengals.

Nelson has avoided a serious injury, but it is still possible he is forced to miss a game. The news for Randall Cobb's shoulder injury is even better, and it does not sound like he will miss any time. Despite the scare on Sunday night, the Packers' receiver corps appears to still be intact.
Sep 19 - 7:56 AM

Kenny Golladay caught 1-of-3 targets for eight yards in the Lions' Week 2 win over the Giants.

Don't sour on Golladay after this one. He still played more snaps than T.J. Jones as the No. 3 receiver, but the Lions only threw the ball 21 times total and four times after halftime. They held a comfy lead much of the night. Matthew Stafford did look Golladay's way a couple times on jump balls. He'll be on the WR3/4 map next week in a potential shootout with the Falcons.
Sep 19 - 12:03 AM

Sterling Shepard caught 2-of-4 targets for 23 yards in the Giants' Week 2 loss to the Lions.

He added seven rushing yards on two attempts. Shepard was targeted in the end zone on one play, but the ball was way too high despite Shepard's incredible leap to try and nab it. With Odell Beckham slowly getting back to full health, Shepard's role figures to trend downward in this broken offense.
Sep 19 - 12:00 AM

Golden Tate caught all four of his targets for 25 yards in the Lions' Week 2 win over the Giants.

The Lions only had to throw the ball 21 times total and four times after halftime. There just wasn't enough volume to go around, as Eric Ebron led the team with a 5-42-1 line. Tate will be a strong WR2 next week against the Falcons.
Sep 18 - 11:59 PM

Evan Engram caught 4-of-7 targets for 49 yards and one touchdown in the Giants' Week 2 loss to the Lions.

Engram was wide-open on his 18-yard touchdown where the Lions thought he was blocking and let him slip behind the coverage into the end zone. Engram has now seen a total of 12 targets through two games, which is decent volume for the rookie. It will likely go down a bit once Odell Beckham gets to 100 percent, but Engram at least looks usable in tight end-premium leagues.
Sep 18 - 11:56 PM

Marvin Jones caught 1-of-5 targets for 27 yards and one touchdown in the Lions' Week 2 win over the Giants.

Jones hasn't seen many targets or produced many yards through two games, but he's scored a touchdown in both. Jones' score on Monday night was a perfectly-thrown back-shoulder fade where Jones beat sophomore CB Eli Apple. Jones is a low-floor fantasy option if he isn't catching touchdowns. Consider him more of a WR4 next week at home against the Falcons.
Sep 18 - 11:54 PM
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