4 NY Giants players set for bigger and better things in 2022

NY Giants, Kadarius Toney (Photo by Jonathan Bachman/Getty Images)
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After finishing last season with a record of 4-13, it seems as things can only go uphill from here for the G-Men. The NY Giants roster is full of young talent just waiting to breakout, with multiple key players on the roster being under the age of 26. If these players can become what we think they can be, the Giants could see significant success in the future.

Regardless of whether they succeed or not, there are some players who are primed to improve this upcoming season. Whether they be a second-year player who was forced in a limited role due to poor coaching, or a young veteran who could see increased snaps, NY Giants fans should be in for some excitement if these players step up.

With that being said, here are four NY Giants players who are set for bigger and better things in 2022:

4. WR Kadarius Toney

Following a somewhat “disappointing” rookie season in which Kadarius Toney caught 39 passes for 420 yards, and 0 TDs in 10 games, Toney will hopefully live up to his first-round billing.

While most of this lack of success was due to a lack of talent at quarterback after Daniel Jones went down with an injury, combined with poor coaching, Toney’s statistics were very lackluster and must be better next year if the NY Giants want to justify drafting him.

Despite the lack of numbers, Toney displayed a ridiculous amount of potential as an open field playmaker. This made it even more unfortunate that he played underneath Jason Garrett and Joe Judge for the majority of the season.

Entering the 2022 campaign, it’s very likely that Toney will receive a much larger role under head coach Brian Daboll, as it seems as if Daboll is implementing a more modern, motion oriented offense that is looking to use a playmaker of Toney’s caliber.

Toney’s ability in the open field is something the NY Giants have not seen since Odell Beckham Jr. If coach Daboll can utilize his talent properly, we could potentially see Toney really be a stud this upcoming season and beyond.