3.) Gabriel Davis gets over 150 receiving yards
It took until Week 5 for Davis to gain 100 receiving yards in a game this season. In total, he has 18 catches for 320 yards and 4 touchdowns. It is only a matter of time before Davis once again has that one random breakout game, like he has the last two seasons. In Week 5 last season against the Pittsburgh Steelers, he recorded 3 catches for 171 yards and 2 touchdowns (one of them being 98 yards early in the first quarter).
The factor that puts Davis at a disadvantage about this prediction is that he has only been targeted no more than 6 times in a game this season, meaning that he will need to just basically run down the sideline and Josh Allen will have to sling it to Davis for the big pickup. However, the Giants’ defense has been decent against the pass, only allowing a high of 302 passing yards in a game (two games below 200 passing yards).
With that being said, Davis is due for a breakout game this season and why not have it be against a struggling Giants team that looks lost this season.