New York Giants WR makes shocking five-word proclamation for the 2024 NFL season

Following the Giants’ final voluntary OTA practice of the spring, Hyatt had a simple five-word proclamation ahead of the 2024 NFL season.

“We have a playoff team,” Hyatt told reporters.

This upcoming season follows a hugely disappointing and injury-plagued 2023 season, which saw Daniel Jones suffer a torn ACL and several major players missing significant playing time.

Likewise, All-Pro running back Saquon Barkley is now the focal point of the NFC East rival Philadelphia Eagles offense.

Offensively, however, this Giants offense has the potential to be explosive thanks to the addition of No. 6 overall draft pick Malik Nabers at wide receiver opposite rising talent Wan’Dale Robinson, and Hyatt is expected to take on a larger role.

As a rookie, Hyatt racked up 23 receptions for 373 yards, but he’s still looking for his first career touchdown reception. But the Giants remain optimistic that the former University of Tennessee standout can make a significant contribution.

“He has improved tremendously,” Giants head coach Brian Daboll recently told Hyatt reporters.

Can the New York Giants return to the NFL Playoffs?

New York is looking to return to the postseason for the first time since the 2022 season, when the Giants reached the playoffs as an NFC Wild Card before beating the Minnesota Vikings and ultimately falling to the Eagles in the divisional round.

This season could be a pivotal one for Jones at quarterback and possibly even in the schedule created by general manager Joe Schoen.

If the Giants’ results can match Hyatt’s confidence, this could be a special season in the Big Apple.

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