Watch NY Giants WR Darius Slayton get the last laugh on trash-talkin' C.J. Gardner-Johnson

The Big Blue wideout made Gardner-Johnson eat his words on Wednesday

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Throughout the summer, NY Giants wideout Darius Slayton has cemented himself as the top wide receiver for quarterback Daniel Jones (Darren Waller the No. 1 pass-catcher). On Wednesday during the joint practice with the Detroit Lions, Slayton was on fire catching the ball from Danny Dimes.

A couple plays in particular are standing out above the rest. One most definitely has to be a touchdown he hauled in from Jones, but with some extra swag delivered on his way to the end zone. If you know C.J. Gardner-Johnson, you already know he's known for annoying trash talk.

That was on full display in the Detroit area this week, with the Giants being his target. Slayton got a first-hand look at this, so he decided to stick it to him in incredible fashion:

Darius Slayton trolling C.J. Gardner-Johnson was just what the doctor ordered

How's that taste, CJGJ?! The new Lions defensive back, who spent the past season with the Eagles, took aim at the Giants early on and things didn't slow down for him. The great news, though, is that Slayton was able to deliver him some humble pie in the video above.

If you're a Giants fan, you just had to love Slayton sticking it to Gardner-Johnson. For the veteran wideout, he's coming off a strong year, but the bad memories from his drop vs. the Vikings in the Wild Card Round remain fresh.

However, NY came out on top in that game and Slayton is back on a two-year deal he signed with the NFC East side during the offseason. His play has been fantastic in training camp and more of the same should be on the way once the regular season starts.

Slayton has had his ups and downs with the Giants in recent years, but he has been a top target for Jones as well. Him playing with confidence is a bad thing for opposing defenses. As for Gardner-Johnson, take that, good sir.

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