Both Toney and Golladay are explosive receivers that can break a game open. The problem with both of them is more connected to their offensive line and quarterback positions than anything else. (Toney may not be active for the game due to injury).
Toney, a rookie out of Florida, has shown great speed and route running ability in his short time in the NFL. Golladay, a veteran free agent signing, has had a decent career where he has shown that he can be dangerous downfield and over the middle. Both players have struggled statistically, however, as neither have broken 400 yards through the air and neither have a touchdown on the season (stats courtesy of ESPN.com)
I don’t really blame the receivers for their poor play, because we have seen flashes that both are very capable receivers who can be good at what they do. The problem for them is that their quarterback, Daniel Jones, is not very good and their offensive line hasn’t given him a chance to get the ball out to these two playmakers.
Because of the general failure of the Giants offense this season as a whole, I think it should be easy for Xavien Howard, Justin Coleman and Byron Jones to keep these two locked up over the course of the game. They may make a few plays here or there, but if they can play decent coverage on them, it will make Jones (or whoever is their quarterback this Sunday. Mike Glennon is still a thin, apparently) hesitate, hold on to the ball too long, and allow the pass rush to get into the backfield.