If you want a more in-depth view, deeper than traditional statistics like sacks, passing yards, and touchdowns, give Pro Football Focus a follow on Twitter, specifically, @PFF_Smith, who covers the New York Giants.
They have some great stuff, and after the first two weeks, they gave everyone on the Giants a grade.
Here's who has graded the highest, so far:
4. Dalvin Tomlinson - 81.8
Johnathan Hankins, who?
After just two games, rookie Dalvin Tomlinson looks like the real deal, racking up more run stops (5) than any other rookie defensive lineman and the fourth-most of any interior lineman over the past 12 seasons, per PFF.
And to think, some actually preferred the team to re-sign Hankins over Jason Pierre-Paul this past offseason.
3. B.J. Goodson - 84.6
Second-year linebacker B.J. Goodson didn't play in Week 2 but in Week 1, he recorded 18 tackles while also making four stops.
He looks poised to be the team's defensive signal caller of the future.
2. Damon Harrison - 84.7
Coming as no surprise at all, Damon Harrison is second on the team with a PFF grade of 84.7 after the first two weeks.
Last season, Harrison became only the second player in the last decade to record at least 50 run stops in a season, joining J.J. Watt.
The man is a beast.
1. Landon Collins - 88.6
Last season was clearly no fluke for safety, Landon Collins.
Collins is currently the fourth-highest graded safety in the NFL, and he's done so, playing every position from corner to slot corner to linebacker.
In Week 1, he recorded four defensive run stops, an insane amount for someone at his position.