The offense being implemented by new Giants coordinator Ben McAdoo is less reliant on the wideouts making their own reads based on how the defense is playing, and that suits Rueben Randle just fine.
"Everything is pretty much black and white, it’s simple. What you have [called] is what you run," Randle said. "Just takes a lot of things off our minds and go out there and play football and just use your ability to get open. That’s what we’re doing."
Randle struggled last year with option routes and wasn't often on the same page as Eli Manning. McAdoo's offense is much more straightforward, which should allow Randle to use his physical ability to get open and make plays.