WR RUEBEN RANDLE The LSU product is one of four Giants who will be playing in his home state of Louisiana on Sunday. Born in Bastrop, La., he played at the powerhouse Bastrop High School, starring as the Rams' quarterback and also saw action at wide receiver, in addition to handling punt and kickoff return duties. The team went 15-0 in both his sophomore and junior seasons. Randle recorded just two catches in last week's victory, but they went for 68 yards and sparked a pair of scoring drives. The Giants will need more plays like his 44-yard snag down the sideline on Sunday. "Yeah, we feel it coming," Randle said. "We've just got to stay with it, stay patient, got to let it come to us a little bit. Don't try to rush it and force some things. We know the time will come, big plays are going to come. Just got to continue to do the right thing for us to be prepared for the opportunities."