- Tennessee gets tricky with double-pass TD to surpass 50 points before half
- Jalin Hyatt hauls in 44-yard snag
News: 10 hours agoHyatt didn't receive any targets against the 49ers in a Week 3 loss Thursday.
Spin: Hyatt provided a boost to the Giants' passing game with two catches for 89 yards against Arizona in Week 2, but he didn't see a single ball thrown his way against San Francisco. This was the second time the rookie speedster has been shut out in receptions through three games this season, and he's yet to be on the field for more than 22 offensive snaps in any contest. With that context in mind, Hyatt isn't a reliable option in fantasy at this point in the campaign.
ESPN Fantasy Projection: Hyatt was selected in the third round of April's draft. He's a thin, speed receiver who didn't see much work at Tennessee prior to a 2022 breakout in which he posted a 67-1,267-15 receiving line (23% target share). Primarily a slot receiver (81%), his overall efficiency was solid-to-strong across the board and he showed well athletically at the combine with a 4.40 40-yard dash, 40-inch vertical and 135-inch broad jump. Hyatt has upside as a vertical threat in the pros and he'll immediately compete for a starting role in a New York WR room led by Parris Campbell, Isaiah Hodgins, Darius Slayton, Wan'Dale Robinson and Sterling Shepard, the latter two of which are rehabbing torn ACLs. This is a tricky WR room to project, but the chaos is enough to make Hyatt worthy of a late-round flier.