Sterling Shepard had himself a game
After recording their third straight loss after being blown out by the Baltimore Ravens, here are some of the New York Giants’ Pro Football Focus grades from week 16.
First and foremost, Giants’ wide receiver Sterling Shepard earned the team’s highest grade with an 81.2. He finished the game with nine receptions for 77 yards and one touchdown.
Tight end Evan Engram was given a grade of 70.7. He also had a pretty good game stat wise with seven catches for 65 yards.
Other players on offense with pretty high grades are wide receiver Dante Pettis (69.1) and right tackle Cam Fleming (63.2).
I thought quarterback Daniel Jones played pretty well while completing 24 of 41 pass attempts for 252 yards and one touchdown But he was given a grade of 59.7. Wide receiver Darius Slayton was hit hard with a 50.6.
When it comes to defense, the highest graded Giants’ player is defensive lineman Dalvin Tomlinson with a 77.8. Following him are cornerback James Bradberry (72.9), defensive lineman Leonard Williams (71.3) and linebacker Blake Martinez (64.0).
The players that performed the worst against the Ravens were cornerback Isaac Yiadom (38.6), linebacker David Mayo (34.8) and linebacker Tae Crowder (28.0), according to PFF. Crowder did miss some key tackles in this game and Yiadom really struggled in coverage.