Barkley has rushed for over 100-yards in each of the past four games after hitting that mark just twice through nine games.
This week, he gets a Giants defense that has been solid, allowing 13.7 passing points per game (eighth), but they have also been susceptible to mobile quarterbacks, allowing the fifth-most rushing yards and over 25 rushing yards to six different passers.
The Giants aren’t a team to completely run away from, but they have allowed just nine touchdowns to the wide receiver position, which is tied for second in the league. If Davis remains a low volume option and fails to reach the end zone, then the bottom falls out once again, making him a boom-or-bust WR3 option.
The Titans are also a favorable opponent that ranks 26th in receiving yardage allowed per game to opposing wideouts and 24th in touchdowns allowed (17) to the position.
Titans are the only team in the league that have still yet to allow a touchdown to a tight end.
Titans aren’t a flawless pass defense, they do rank sixth in the league in passing points allowed per game (13.5). Derek Henry
Giants defense that has allowed opposing backfields to score 57.2 percent of their touchdowns allowed, the highest rate in the league. If you think you’re getting 200-plus yards again, you’re going to be let down, but Henry can be back to being a touchdown dependent RB3/FLEX option that was already out-producing Dion Lewis.
Giants are 26th in receiving points allowed per game (13.5) to opposing backfields.