Kenny Stills could help the Giants
Stills is a good wide receiver that the Giants may want to think about as they try and make their own playoff push this season with the NFC East wide open. His Pro Football Focus grade isn’t great this season with a 58.5. He also only has 11 receptions on 18 targets for 144 yards and one touchdown.
The 28 year-old Stills would give the Giants some needed depth at the receiver position and would be another weapons for quarterback Daniel Jones. His best seasons were in 2014 when he had 63 receptions for 931 yards and three touchdowns and in 2017 when he hauled in 58 receptions for 847 yards and six touchdowns.
Now the problem with adding Stills is that it would take snaps away from undrafted rookie Austin Mack who has shown the Giants plenty of potential this season. But if Shepard, Mack or even Golden Tate go down with injuries, the Giants would be in trouble, so putting in a claim for Stills makes sense.
Stills’ contract runs out after this season, so the Giants wouldn’t have to keep him beyond 2020.