Darius Slayton continued his stellar rookie campaign in the Giants' 36-20 win on Sunday afternoon.
Eli Manning found the Giants rookie in the back of the end zone, isolated from the Dolphins' defense. The score handed New York its first lead, but also propelled Slayton atop of his fellow rookies.
While Brown was the first wide receiver selected in April's draft, Slayton's wait lasted much longer. He was selected in the fifth round as 17 other wide receivers were selected before he landed with the Giants.
Slayton, however, developed into quarterback Daniel Jones' top target - scoring five touchdowns with Jones at the lead. He's recorded 659 yards and eight touchdowns in his first year as a member of Big Blue.
He's had little trouble translating the success since Manning took over for Jones, who recovers from a high-ankle sprain. Slayton twice reached the end zone last week in Manning's return under center, tallying 154 yards on five receptions.
The former Auburn standout finished the game with two catches for 31 yards.