Cruz has been targeted an astounding 28 times over the past two games, and he’ll get plenty more balls tossed his way as the 0-5 Giants continue to struggle running the ball. Cruz is fifth in the NFL with 473 yards receiving.
Cruz only had five catches last week despite being targeted 12 times, but the Eagles are extremely familiar with Cruz’s big-play ability and forced quarterback Eli Manning to look elsewhere. Meanwhile, the Bears have never played against Cruz, and will also have to contend with Hakeem Nicks and an emerging Reuben Randle. Cruz will still likely draw a ton of attention from the Bears’ secondary, but the Giants figure to pass a ton with injuries to running backs David Wilson and Andre Brown. Cruz is still a top option at wideout despite New York’s struggles.
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