Kadarius Toney, Julian Love were highest-graded Giants in Week 5

By Dan Benton

The New York Giants were embarrassed on Sunday afternoon, falling to the Dallas Cowboys by a score of 44-20.

In the process of the defeat, the Giants also lost quarterback Daniel Jones (concussion), running back Saquon Barkley (ankle), wide receiver Kenny Golladay (knee) and rookie cornerback Rodarius Williams (knee) to injury.

But things weren’t all negative. We witnessed the emergence of wide receiver Kadarius Toney who, despite being ejected in the fourth quarter, finished the game with 10 receptions for a team rookie record 189 yards.

Unsurprisingly, Toney led the Giants with a Pro Football Focus grade of 92.4.

Just behind Toney on the offensive side of the ball were right tackle Matt Peart (69.8), tight end Evan Engram (69.0) and guard Will Hernandez (65.8).

Other notable offensive grades include tight end Kyle Rudolph (58.9), quarterback Mike Glennon (53.3) and wide receiver John Ross (52.9).

The lowest-graded offensive player in Week 5 was left tackle Nate Solder (38.8).

On defensive, Mr. Do-It-All Julian Love led the charge with an 80.0. Just behind him were defensive lineman Austin Johnson (64.7), linebacker Lorenzo Carter (63.6) and nose tackle Danny Shelton (62.6).

Other notable defensive grades include linebacker Reggie Ragland (59.7), cornerback James Bradberry (57.7) and safety Logan Ryan (51.9).

The lowest-graded Giant on the day was linebacker Tae Crowder (28.7).


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