All due respect to T.Y. Hilton and James Conner, the last big-name free agent is now off the board. Golladay's arrival is certainly good news for Daniel Jones, though the usage of the other receivers (especially Darius Slayton, who typically gets a large share of the team's air yards), will take a hit. Sterling Shepard and Evan Engram should continue to be involved, but instead of seeing 7.5 and 6.8 targets per game (respectively), Shepard may see 6-7 while Engram sees 5.5-6.5 targets per game. Golden Tate's departure will free up 4.3 targets per game. As for Golladay, compared to his value in Detroit with Matthew Stafford, this is a downgrade. Not only is he changing teams, but he's likely to see a downgrade at quarterback and a possible (if slight) decline in targets.