Outside fixes for the New York Giants third receiver in 2017

Terrance Williams, Dallas Cowboys

Though Terrance Williams posted a career low 594 receiving yards with the Dallas Cowboys in 2016, he was a reliable target when he did get the ball thrown his way.  

Williams caught 44 of 61 targets, (72.1%) good for the twelfth highest percentage among receivers who were targeted over 20 times. He also added four scores to his season stat line.

Williams fits exactly what the Giants will be looking for, an outside receiver who can be a consistent third option in the offense.

Playing opposite star Dez Bryant with Cole Beasley as the second option in the slot, he has experience with the sort of personal set up he would see in New York.

With Beckham entrenched as the star on one side and Shepard the future in the slot, Williams slides perfectly into the same role he played successfully in Dallas.

At age 27 and coming off a mediocre statistical season, Williams won’t command much money on the open market.

Around $2 million annually would probably be all it would take to nab the former 2013 third round selection. New York likely wouldn’t have to invest much to get the capable pass catcher, making it a low risk-high reward move.