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When it rains, it pours. 

New York Giants rookie wide receiver Kadarius Toney was ejected in the fourth quarter of Sunday’s 44-20 blowout loss to the Dallas Cowboys for throwing a punch at safety Damontae Kazee. 

His poor decision overshadows what was a breakout game for Toney, who had 189 receiving yards on 10 catches, breaking Odell Beckham Jr’s single-game Giants rookie receiving yards record. The punch was thrown in response to him being thrown to the ground while fighting for extra yards, but his behavior may have been fueled by the unfortunate events earlier in the game that contributed to the Giants’ lopsided defeat. 

Saquon Barkley was carted to the locker room when he badly rolled his ankle after stepping on the foot of Cowboys cornerback Jourdan Lewis. 

Despite Barkley’s absence, the Giants remained competitive, keeping the Cowboys within striking distance. However, when quarterback Daniel Jones was also carted off the field with a concussion after stumbling his way back to the sideline, it was all downhill from there. 

Giants head coach Joe Judge was furious with Toney’s behavior, and can be seen telling him to go to the locker room.

Whether or not Toney gets suspended remains to be seen.