4 NY Giants needed back to help this offense
By Zach Wolpin
1. WR Kadarius Toney
This campaign has been absolutely brutal for Kadarius Toney. Three different hamstring injuries this year, in a season that still has 12 games left. It’s hard to predict when we may see Toney again. You don’t like to see injuries pile up for any player.
Even with Toney, Golladay, and Robinson out, the Giants WRs managed to do just enough to help secure a win vs. Green Bay. Slayton stepped up and played a big role for the team on Sunday. Slayton had his best game since 2020 when he had eight catches for 129 in a 37-34 loss to the Cowboys. Against the Packers in London, he had six catches for 79 which led all Giants WRs for the game. It had to feel great for Slayton to contribute more than he has in a while and help get a win.
While the play of Slayton was great to see, the wide receivers as a whole need to produce more for Jones. The return of Robinson will be huge, and you can say the same for Toney.
The former first-round pick is in the middle of a year to forget, but fans are hoping he can return to full strength in the near future and prove his haters wrong. Only time will tell if he’ll be able to do that or not.