In his last two full seasons, Golladay finished No. 21 in 2018 and No. 5 in 2019. He averaged 12.5 PPG (half-PPR) in that span, which are low-end WR1 numbers. Signing with the Giants, he’ll see a downgrade at quarterback from Matthew Stafford to Daniel Jones, and he joins an offense that already has Sterling Shepard, Evan Engram and Darius Slayton in tow. Generally, receivers that change teams will see a drop in production unless they get a quarterback upgrade and/or an increase in targets, and Golladay isn’t likely to see either. He averaged 7.6 targets per game in 2018-19, and he would need to see more in New York to offset the downgrade at quarterback. He’s fairly valued as the 26th receiver off the board in early drafts.