Kadarius Toney ejected for throwing a punch

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The Cowboys and Giants don’t like each other much.

With 6:06 remaining in a Cowboys’ blowout, the Giants offense and Cowboys defense exchanged unplesantries. Kadarius Toney caught a 13-yard pass from Mike Glennon and was stood up by several players from the Cowboys.

Pushing and shoving ensued before Toney threw a punch.

Toney and Cowboys safety Damontae Kazee were assessed offsetting unsportsmanlike conduct fouls, and Toney was ejected.

Giants coach Joe Judge went onto the field and escorted Toney off, giving the rookie an earful as he departed for the locker room.

Toney caught 10 passes for 189 yards.

The Giants began the game without receivers Sterling Shepard and Darius Slayton, who were inactive, and lost receiver Kenny Golladay to a knee injury. Quarterback Daniel Jones (concussion) and running back Saquon Barkley (ankle) left in the first half, and cornerback Rodarius Williams (knee) departed in the second half.

10 responses to “Kadarius Toney ejected for throwing a punch

  1. When you commit a pass interference, you just have to lay on the guy in a Cowboys uniform and it’s not pass interference.

  2. The New York Nightmara Family Crime Syndicate is reaping the Karma payback for their unethical and unprofessional conduct during the uncapped year in which they went after division rivals to weaken them. The owning family are lowlife dirtballs and deserve a team with this tepid of a roster and coaching staff. While I loathe the Dallas football team with every core of my being, seeing the Nightmara’s being throttled is just too delicious.

  3. So what if the refs missed 1 DPI call, it isn’t like you’d have won, you got beat by 24!

    Say the DPI got called you’d have still lost by 17 so STOP CRYING!

  4. Giants should cut Toney by the time the team plane lands. Joe Judge needs to make an example of him. Can’t win with players like that.

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