After a strong finish to the season, where does Giants WR Jerrel Jernigan fit into the mix with Mario Manningham back in the fold? It could depend on the health of Manningham's knee. Jernigan, however, will still have to prove himself this spring if he intends on receiving a serious shot at significant playing time this season.
Jernigan racked up 19 catches for 237 yards and two TDs in the final three games, making him the #2 WR in fantasy in that span. He should get snaps ahead of the fading Manningham, but it sounds as if he's not a shoo-in to be the team's WR4.