NASHVILLE, FL – SEPTEMBER 11: Saquon Barkley #26 of the New York Giants carries the ball in the first half during an NFL football game against the Tennessee Titans at Nissan Stadium on September 11, 2022 in Nashville, Tennessee. (Photo by Kevin Sabitus/Getty Images)
Do you believe in miracles? YES! Holy smokes, the New York Giants just did the unthinkable, stealing a win over the Tennessee Titans in Nashville. For the first time in six years, the G-Men are 1-0 and it sure feels amazing. New head coach Brian Daboll is emotional right now and rightfully so.
This was a wild ride for the Giants, as it looked like they were going to be dominated early on. Instead, the visiting team was able to showcase some incredible fight late in this one to really make things intriguing and they posted their 21-20 win. Here’s our takeaways from the action.
5. Kadarius Toney wasn’t happy with his lack of playing time
To start, the lack of playing time for Kadarius Toney didn’t make a ton of sense from our chair. Were the coaches being careful with the second-year wideout, who has been dealing with an injury this summer? Perhaps that was the case.
However, Toney didn’t look happy on the sidelines in the first half and you could tell he just wanted to be out there making plays. Toney is a competitive guy. He wants to make plays for this team on a consistent level and showcase to people that he was fully deserving of being a first-round pick by the NFC East side.
Instead, Toney only saw a handful of snaps in Week 1. The fact that he was barely out on the field for the Giants was tough to see and fans were blasting the coaching staff on Twitter for not using the speester.
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