ESPN Fantasy Projection: In a performance that was eerily similar (albeit not quite as dominant) to the one of the man he helped replace (Odell Beckham Jr.), Slayton missed the first two games of his rookie season before bursting onto the fantasy scene with eight touchdowns in 14 games. Slayton was on the field for 77% of the Giants' pass plays and was WR27 in fantasy points from Week 3 on. Slayton's touchdown rate is far from sustainable (3.5 OTD), but the 2019 fifth-round pick will enter his second season as New York's primary vertical threat. The New York offense has a lot of mouths to feed, but there's certainly a window for Slayton to become the team's No. 1 wideout. Slayton is safest as a flex in deeper leagues.