The Star-Ledger-US PRESSWIRE
Victor Cruz: C+
Cruz led the Giants with five passes for 28 yards after being invisible in the first quarter. He would grade out better but for a lack of YAC—or yards after the catch, a bonus we've become accustomed to when Cruz touches the ball.
Ramses Barden: A-
If there's a wide receiver who has "last chance" written all over him, it is the athletic Barden, who is in year No. 4 with the Giants. Barden led Big Blue with 46 receiving yards and hauled in quarterback Eli Manning's only touchdown. Maybe, just maybe, this is finally the year Barden breaks through.
Rueben Randle: B
Randle continues to impress, offering a big target over the middle for Manning and fighting for yards after the catch. He caught just two passes for 21 yards but continues to look comfortable on the field. His numbers probably would have been even more impressive Friday if the Giants did not have half a dozen receivers whom they remain undecided about.
Domenik Hixon: D
Hixon is running out of opportunities to crack the starting lineup, or at least to get a fair share of passes from Manning. His performance Friday did nothing to help his situation. He caught just one pass for nine yards and was tagged for a 13-yard loss on a play that fell apart from the start.
David Douglas: B
Now, you're probably asking yourself, how does a guy who caught zero passes get a B? Well, Douglas had one great catch called back on penalties and also lost a 37-yard punt return. And, no fumbles. Solid game for Douglas, whom the coaches just love to death.
Best of the Rest: C
As a whole, Giants receivers put together an average game against the Bears and were bailed out by great special teams play. Of course, those noted above stood out, good and bad.