Eric Gray

RB · New York Giants

Height 5'10" Weight 207
DOB 1999-11-04 Age 24.7
College Oklahoma

2024 Fantasy Rankings

Overall # 341 · RB # 66 (Tier 10) · ADP (12-team PPR): 24.01, 277th

Position Rankings

Tier 10
64Isaac Guerendo, SF924.020.09
65Khalil Herbert, CHI726.315.108.4
66Eric Gray, NYG1124.724.010.8
67Tyrone Tracy, NYG1124.716.08
68Keaton Mitchell, BAL1422.519.038.2
1 NFFC (12-team PPR)
2 2023 season, Half PPR scoring

Fantasy News Last 90 Days

  • Giants Likely To Make RB Addition?

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    For the first time since 2017, the Giants' backfield will not include Saquon Barkley. A veteran lead back (Devin Singletary) has been added to replace him, but further moves at the position could be coming. New York has 2023 fifth-rounder Eric Gray in place as a returnee. He saw a minor role on both offense and special [...]

    Jun 17 · Pro Football Rumors New York Giants Eric Gray Devin Singletary
  • Tyrone Tracy Jr. To Compete For No. 2 Role In Backfield

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    New York Giants rookie fifth-round running back Tyrone Tracy Jr. will compete with 2023 fifth-rounder Eric Gray this year for the No. 2 role behind reliable veteran Devin Singletary. Tracy will likely rotate in relief of Singletary, at least initially, but there is more opportunity in New York's backfield now that Saquon Barkley isn't in town. His biggest contributions in his first year in the NFL could come as a returner. The 24-year-old was a two-year starter at Purdue and has clear pass-catching abilities after spending four seasons as a receiver at Iowa. Tracy is going to need to improve as a pure runner, though, if he's going to see enough volume in the NFL to matter to fantasy managers. For now, he's just one to watch in dynasty/keeper leagues as a multi-dimensional threat as a rusher, receiver, and special-teamer.

    Jun 7 · Source via New York Giants Tyrone Tracy Eric Gray Devin Singletary
  • Eric Gray Sees Plenty Of Run With First-Team Offense

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    New York Giants running back Eric Gray saw a lot of run with the first-team offense during organized team activities on Thursday, leading the New York Daily News' Pat Leonard to put Gray as the team's RB2 behind starter Devin Singletary. In addition, the Giants waived/injured Gary Brightwell, a sixth-round pick in 2021 by the previous regime, on Thursday. The G-Men are facing life without Saquon Barkley in 2024. Singletary is likely to lead this backfield, but he's never been a workhorse back in the NFL and will certainly cede backfield touches in his first year in the Big Apple. Gray was a fifth-rounder in 2023 and had only 23 touches for 70 yards on 65 offensive snaps a year ago. Given the lack of competition behind Gray, he's a good bet to see a significant boost in touches in Year 2. He'll be a handcuff option for Singletary owners in deeper fantasy leagues.

    May 30 · Source via New York Giants Eric Gray
  • Eric Gray Could Have A Bigger Role In 2024

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    New York Giants running back Eric Gray has a clear path to a bigger role in New York's backfield in his second season in the league now that Saquon Barkley is no longer in town. The Giants signed Devin Singletary to be their No. 1 back, but he's never been the top dog and there will be room for carries for other backs now that Barkley is out of the picture. The Giants haven't signed any other veterans and didn't take a RB in the draft until selecting Purdue's Tyrone Tracy in the fifth round, which is the same spot Gray was taken in 2023. The 24-year-old had 23 touches for 70 yards in 13 games as a rookie last year, but his production should go up considerably in 2024 as long as he stays healthy. Gray won't necessarily be a draft target in standard 12-team leagues, but he'll surely be a waiver-wire target if Singletary misses time with an injury.

    May 3 · Source via New York Giants Eric Gray Tyrone Tracy
  • Giants Could Sign A Veteran Running Back

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    The New York Giants could look to add a veteran presence to their backfield before the 2024 NFL season, according to Dan Duggan of The Athletic. "This is a spot that could call for a cheap veteran reinforcement, even if that's just re-signing Matt Breida," Duggan writes. New York's backfield is currently led by Devin Singletary who flashed potential in Houston last season but has never been an every-down back. Below Singletary on the depth chart are rookies Dante Miller and Tyrone Tracy, as well as Eric Gray, Gary Brightwell, Deon Jackson, and Jashaun Corbin, who are most likely non-factors. The Giants' offense consistently gave Saquon Barkley 20-plus touches, but Singletary can't handle that workload on his own. Signing another veteran running back to take some pressure off the 26-year-old makes plenty of sense. For now, though, Singletary remains the only Giants running back worth rostering in redraft leagues.

    May 2 · Source via New York Giants Matt Breida Gary Brightwell Jashaun Corbin Eric Gray Deon Jackson Devin Singletary Tyrone Tracy
  • Running Back Stats



    WkVsScoreFPtsRB RankSnpSnp%MS%OppRuAttRuYdRuAvgRuTDTgtRecReYdReAvgReTDFL
    1DALL 0-400.0--0.00.0000-0000-00
    2@ARIW 31-280.0--0.00.0000-0000-00
    3@SFL 12-300.0--0.00.0000-0000-00
    4SEAL 3-240.0--0.00.0000-0000-00
    5@MIAL 16-313.1443041.718.11312252.0801111.000
    6@BUFL 9-140.27911.31.31122.000000-00
    7WASW 14-70.0--0.00.0000-0000-00
    12NEW 10-70.0-23.80.0000-0000-00
    14GBW 24-220.0-11.80.0000-0000-00
    15@NOL 6-242.1611117.76.5400-04362.000
    16@PHIL 25-330.0--0.00.0000-0000-00
    17LARL 25-261.37068.12.72122.0001166.000
    18PHIW 27-103.3471420.96.043196.3301199.000
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