Giants wide receiver Hakeem Nicks has been a topic of discussion all season, namely because he's been inconsistent and has yet to get into the end zone.

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"If you look at it for what he does with no touchdowns on the season, he’s not an impact player on the table to me anymore and I would move on," said Amani Toomer, on 104.5 The Team.

Nicks isn't the only one going into a contract year and while nine-year Giants defensive end Justin Tuck has played well (to say the least) recently, Toomer thinks it might be too little too late.

"I think he’s had a resurgence as of late but I don’t know if that’s going to be enough. He seems like a guy that’s not a self-starter.

"He doesn’t seem like a guy that doesn’t want to play football week in and week out. He’s playing great now, but is that enough? That’s a decision for Jerry Reese to make."

In a year where the Giants could have their worst record since 2004, look for major names on the roster to be on the way out.

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