Giants WR Corey Washington has a lot to offer.
The wide receiver has now produced go-ahead touchdowns in back-to-back games for the Giants in their two victories. That’s just what an undrafted rookie from a small school needs to do to make the 53-man roster. In the Hall of Fame Game last week, he took one 73 yards to the house.
On Saturday, he used his biggest asset to go up and grab Curtis Painter’s 3-yard touchdown pass with 2:50 left in the game. And that’s his size.
“It’s a big part of my game,” Washington said. “I’m 6-4, tall and lanky. I can go up and get the ball. That helps against smaller corners. It can be big for the team this year.”
How much of a fantasy impact he makes is the big question, but given the Giants struggles on offense outside of the running game so far, and rookie Odell Beckham missing time in camp, Washington is at the very least taking advantage of his opportunity.