Former New York Giants wide receiver Kadarius Toney is basking in the team’s humiliating 40-0 loss to the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday night.
Toney posted a photo of the Giants down 26-0 in Week 1 with the caption, “Na, don’t get quiet now.”
Toney’s comments come after he had one of the worst wide receiver performances in the history of the league last Thursday night, ultimately leading to a firestorm from Giants fans.
Toney dropped three passes — all three right in his hands — including one that was returned for a touchdown in a 21-20 Kansas City Chiefs loss.
Immediately after the game, Giants fans lit into Toney so hard that he was forced to delete his Twitter page. His skin was entirely too thin to handle it after a days-long back-and-forth with Giants Twitter earlier in the offseason.
Toney has been and remains obsessed with his former team and their fans, regularly exchanging barbs with them on social media or otherwise finding ways to mention them. His Giants-related comments have become as common and frequent as his drops and injuries.
The Giants, of course, pulled the plug on the first-round bust last year, shipping him off to the Chiefs in exchange for a couple of picks that were later turned into tight end Darren Waller and rookie cornerback Tre Hawkins.