Kadarius Toney, WR (NYG)

Nets no yardage on two catches

Toney caught two of three targets for zero yards in Sunday's 19-16 win over the Panthers.

Toney's snap count increased from seven to 26 in his second game of the season, but that didn't result in a better stat line. After rushing twice for 23 yards in the opener, Toney again received two touches Week 2, both in the first quarter. His first catch resulted in a two-yard loss, and his second was a short toss that gained only two yards. The Giants appear to be avoiding commitment to any predetermined receiver depth chart -- for instance, Kenny Golladay saw just two snaps Sunday after logging 44 in Week 1 -- so it's tough to anticipate how much Toney can be expected to play moving forward. For the time being, it's probably best to avoid Giants receivers entirely in fantasy.

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