Kadarius Toney bashing the Eagles for ‘ugly punt’ is something Giants fans can appreciate

Kadarius Toney, Kansas City Chiefs. (Photo by Cooper Neill/Getty Images)
Kadarius Toney, Kansas City Chiefs. (Photo by Cooper Neill/Getty Images) /

Look, he may no longer be suiting up for the NY Giants, but Kadarius Toney hasn’t forgotten about the beef there is with the Philadelphia Eagles. Toney, traded to Kansas City before the deadline, took it to the Eagles on Sunday night, hauling in a touchdown from Patrick Mahomes and setting a Super Bowl record with his 65-yard punt return.

Those plays broke Eagles hearts, but it sure made Big Blue happy – anything to prevent a Philly Super Bowl win. There’s no question that the punt from Eagles punter Arryn Siposs was a terrible one and Toney had no choice but to call him out for it following the thrilling Chiefs win.

Kadarius Toney calling out Eagles punter Arryn Siposs is perfect

"“He just gave us an ugly punt and I just had to go out there and make a play,” Toney said. “I was just making a play. It was the right return, I went the way I was supposed to return. He kicked the ball over where we wanted it.”"

Toney calling it an ‘ugly punt’ sure is great to see. We felt like this play as a whole provided Big Blue nation with some much-needed revenge on Philly following the 2010 punt from Matt Dodge to DeSean Jackson.

No one, especially not Tom Coughlin, will forget that walk-off win for Philly in East Rutherford. It should have never happened.  This time around, the Eagles were on the other end of a nightmare punt, except it came in the Super Bowl with most of the world watching. Ouch.

Toney had himself a nice fourth quarter against the Eagles and while a lot of people around New York still don’t like the guy, we don’t mind seeing him stick it to Philly one bit. The Eagles blew it in the second half. Can’t say we feel bad for them, though.