Tim Carter – No one is hotter than Tim Carter right now. He went from likely missing the start of training camp to the summer's top receiver in no time flat.
Eli Manning – After a bit of a slow start, Manning has been throwing the ball exceptionally well as we went to print.
LaVar Arrington – He looks to be every bit as good as advertised and he's even better with the fans than anyone could have expected. Hard to see early on how he wasn't wanted in DC.
Will Demps – Forget about the overblown collision with Jeremy Shockey. Demps has shown cover ability and hitting prowess that has surprised even some of the optimists.
Tom Coughlin – He's been tough enough long enough. He's lightened up just a tad and everyone seems to appreciate it and is responding to it.
Sinorice Moss – The quad injury has sidelined him and angered Coughlin. Yet Moss hadn't shown much at all before being hurt either.
Visanthe Shiancoe – No, he doesn't drop every pass thrown his way – it might just seem that way. Shank is better than given credit for, but he sure hasn't shown himself too well in Albany to date.
Sam Madison – No one's really worried about Madison's long-term prognosis, but we sure would have liked to see him have come even close to picking off a pass during the first week-plus of camp. So far the only thing's he hit was that deer.
Carlos Emmons – We know it's only a minor injury, but poor Emmons can't seem to catch a break. To think of him starting all 16 games this season is crazy talk.
Jonas Seawright – After an offseason where his weight and conditioning was called into question, Seawright shows up and fails the conditioning test, losing a chance to run with the first team in the process.
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