Randle has been the best receiver for the Giants over the past month or two, and he should receive even more targets if Hakeem Nicks is once again sidelined due to a groin injury. Nicks did not play last Sunday against the Cowboys, and as a result Randle was the leading receiver for the G-Men in the 24-21 loss to Dallas.
Victor Cruz has also struggled of late, giving quarterback Eli Manning even more of a reason to look Randle’s way. The second-year wideout from LSU has six touchdowns in his last seven games. He will face a Washington Redskins defense that is allowing over 30 points per game, including 22 touchdowns through the air. Randle should find the end zone once again Sunday night.
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