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Kadarius Toney remains a question mark

With the New York Giants getting a surprising victory against the Tennessee Titans, one player that's supposed to be important for this roster was seen on the field in just seven snaps. Kadarius Toney was a non-factor against the Titans and it was noticed by fans and media.

Coach Daboll acknowledged Toney's small portion of snaps:

“We had more than just seven plays for him, but they weren’t called,” he said. “We’ll see what happens this week.”

The receiver himself said that it wasn't much of a problem:

“You go in wanting to do what you can for the team,” he said on Wednesday. “That’s what I did. At the end of the day, I was there when my number was called. Simple. Like Coach Daboll said, I had multiple formations that I was supposed to be in, and we didn’t get around to them. There’s nothing else that really needs to be explained.”

It's difficult to get a good grasp of what Toney is for this offense. We don't know whether he's going to be a main feature or just a rotational piece, but the simple fact that there's this doubt shows that the former first-round pick is already disappointing just in his second season.

Toney touched the ball just twice as well. He's coming back from an injury problem and needs to earn his role with this team - that's not the same coaching staff that drafted him. He has more than enough talent, but he also needs to show week in, week out in practice.