Though they're following a dismal 3-13 2017 season, the Giants remain a team loaded with potential at skill positions, making them a quiet pick to be an explosive option for H2H and Franchise.
With the pass catching optinos at WR, OBJ is the obvious go-to as one of the most sure-handed, dynamic playmakers in Madden. A 99 Spectacular Catch can make up for off-targets passes. Sterling Shepard is a natural fit for the slot position, and makes for an excellent WR2 regardless of play call.
In terms of OVR, it looks like the depth chart battle at HB is heated. Gameplay-wise though, Saquon Barkley is the choice for a three-down workload. He has better catch, route running, and base ratings scores. For user controlled play, Barkley is the better choice.
Eli Manning is a pure pocket passer. Scrambling is a terrible option for Manning, but his accuracy and Throw Power numbers are legit. Use Evan Engram and HB options as check downs, and know when to throw the ball away. You start moving backwards, you lose.
Landon Collins might not be super dominant at any one aspect, but he's one of the most ballanced DBs in the game. With solid Catch numbers for a SS, Collins can easily snatch poorly timed touch passes. His 89 Hit Power is the best on the team, so Hit Stick away.
With Collins in zone, Janoris Jenkins is your man coverage specialist. His Catch scores are better than most CBs. His 90 Speed is good, but elite-level WRs might be able to create seperation. Switch up the play calls to throw off the offense, as Jenkins is nearly just as good in zone as he is 1v1.
Damon Harrison Sr. is the best player on the roster not named OBJ. He's the highest rated DT in the game. Though he may lack the Speed that most players prefer on the attack, his best-in-class 96 Block Shedding ensures he still has the potential to break through the O-line.