Four dream trade targets to help Atlanta Falcons make playoff push
Kadarius Toney – WR – New York Giants
This would be a luxury pickup for the Atlanta Falcons but it would also bring another dynamic to an already dynamic offense.
Sure, wide receiver isn’t the biggest need with Drake London playing well, Olamide Zaccheaus proving he is better than ever, and then having Cordarrelle Patterson and Kyle Pitts who can line up outside, but Toney could become an elite playmaker in this offense.
The Giants took Kyle Pitts’ former teammate in the first round last year but the selection was made by a previous regime so the current regime has zero loyalty to him.
He has also been injured a lot so far in his career, which is a huge concern, but with every one of these guys on this list, there is a reason their team might be willing to move on from them.
Kadarius Toney has shown that he can be an elite playmaker as last year he nearly had 200 receiving yards in one game against the Cowboys. If he can get healthy then he can produce. He could also replace veteran Damiere Byrd who has yet to be active on gameday this year.
Again, this would be a luxury pickup but he is also on a cheap contract and can be an elite weapon.