News: 1 day agoCampbell caught all six of his targets for 24 yards in Week 3 during a loss to San Francisco.
Spin: While Campbell led New York with a season-high six receptions, he didn't do much with that volume, posting a long gain of seven yards and picking up just 24 yards total. He also logged a season-low 42 percent of the Giants' offensive snaps, though that was still good enough for third-most among wideouts on the team. Campbell, Jalin Hyatt and the returning Wan'Dale Robinson saw relatively similar playing time in the Week 3 contest, and there may not be much fantasy value among the trio until one separates himself from the others.
ESPN Fantasy Projection: Campbell signed with the Giants after spending his first four seasons with the Colts. The 2019 second-round pick appeared in all 17 games in 2022 after injuries limited him to 15 of a possible 49 games (31%) during his first three seasons. Campbell ranked eighth at wide receiver in routes last season but was 50th or worse in yards, TDs and fantasy PPG. He has generally been a short-range target (career 8.4 aDOT) with minimal goal line work (five TDs and three end zone targets in 32 games). The 26-year-old is positioned for a big early-season role in New York, but things will be a bit more uncertain once Wan'Dale Robinson and Sterling Shepard return from torn ACLs. Campbell's shaky durability and lack of career production suggest he's worth no more than a late flier in deep leagues.