In his first few years with New York, Toomer primarily returned punts. His receiving duties would increase steadily however, until he became a mainstay at the wideout position. In his fourth year with the Giants, Toomer pulled in 79 passes for 1,183 yards and six touchdowns. (His 79 receptions broke the team record for receptions in a season). Those were top tier wide receiver numbers.
Over the following four NFL seasons, Toomer would garner over 1,000 receiving yards in each season. His finest year at the position, statistically, was 2002, when he hauled in 82 passes for 1,343 yards and eight touchdowns.
Toomer was a key piece of the puzzle which earned the Giants the Super Bowl Championship after the 2007 season. During that Super Bowl game, Toomer led the Giants with six receptions for 84 yards.
In an NFL career spent entirely with the New York Giants, Toomer put up the following numbers:
- 668 receptions
- 9,497 receiving yards
- 54 receiving touchdowns
- 44 playoff receptions
- 608 playoff receiving yards
- 7 playoff receiving touchdowns
- 1,090 punt return yards
- 3 punt return touchdowns