2. WR Kadarius Toney
Similar to Kenny Golladay (more on him below), expectations were sky high for wide receiver Kadarius Toney heading into his second season. Unfortunately for both Toney, and the rest of the Giants organization, things did not work out.
During his rookie season, Toney showed flashes of what he could do. This included a 10-reception, 189-yard outing against the Dallas Cowboys. Unfortunately due to injuries, he appeared in just 10 games in his first season.
Heading into 2022, Toney was expected to play a much bigger role in the offense. But with a new front office and coaching staff leading the way, he struggled to get onto the field. In total, he played in just two games with the team before being traded to the Kansas City Chiefs for a pair of draft picks.
After his arrival in Kansas City, Toney made his presence felt. He ultimately played a key role in them taking home the Super Bowl. While some fans hated seeing Toney win it all after his most out of East Rutherford, at least it resulted in the Eagles not taking home the Lombardi Trophy for the second time in team history.