Giants beat writer Dan Graziano answered a question about WR Corey Washington:
"I think it's entirely possible that the Giants will find more opportunities to work undrafted rookie wide receiver Corey Washington into the offense more going forward. What I don't think is that they'll force it just because he caught a garbage-time touchdown Monday that was reminiscent of the preseason performances that got him on the team. Nor do I think they'll force it just because Preston Parker dropped a bunch of passes Monday. I think, when it comes to Washington, that the Giants will do what's best for Washington, and add more to his workload as they become convinced he can handle it."
Washington had a standout preseason that gave the Giants little choice but to keep him. For the most part he's been quiet, outside of his TD on Monday night in the loss to the Colts. It seems like the team may slowly start to use him going forward but he's probably a bit off from being a fantasy option until we start to see him more involved.