Rueben Randle has a big fantasy performance on Sunday

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Randle managed 96 yards and two touchdowns against the Eagles on Sunday. We take a look at the fantasy implications.

Rueben Randle showed up on Sunday with six receptions for 96 yards and two touchdowns against the Eagles. He led the Giants in receiving touchdowns during the Week 5 loss. Victor Cruz was held to 48 yards as Eli Manning took advantage of Philadelphia's secondary by targeting Randle a team-high 13 times.

Fantasy impact: Randle hasn't been much of a factor in the Giants offense since his 101 yard performance in Week 1. Randle was able to abuse the Eagles secondary along with wide receiver Hakeem Nicks (9/142/0). It's a good sign for owners of the 2012 second-round draft pick, as Manning needs all the targets he can get as the Giants look to improve upon a dismal 0-5 season. Manning attempted 52 passes against the Eagles, which should be an indicator that Randle will likely continue to get looks moving forward. He's a borderline WR3/WR4 as he looks to prove some consistency moving forward.

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