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New York Giants News, 7/10 – Saquon Barkley now the offensive leader

by Alexander Wilson
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Good Morning, New York Giants Fans!

With the departure of Odell Beckham Jr., star running back Saquon Barkley is the catalyst on the offense and will demand even more defensive resources.

There are many similarities to Beckham and Barkley, but the biggest difference is their method of leadership. The receiver was very active and vocal in ways that sometimes weren’t ideal, but Barkley always says the right things and is prepared to lead by example in addition to his fiery competitive spirit.

The 2019 season potentially holds great things for the 2018 first round pick, as he earned over 2,000 All-Purpose yards and proved to be one of the best players at his position in the NFL. With a better offensive line and more holes to run through, he has the potential to be an even more effective player in his sophomore season.

The offense will now be his to run and utilize — I anticipate head coach Pat Shurmur game planning around Barkley and keeping the opposing defense on their toes. Diverse wide receivers like Golden Tate and Sterling Shepard will only help the future success of the unit alongside Saquon and his playmaking abilities.



Nonetheless–

Your top news of the day!

Paul Schwartz (New York Post) – The Giants’ offense is now Saquon Barkley’s

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Connor McJunkin (GMEN HQ) – Top-5 Quarterbacks the New York Giants Will Face in 2019

Dan Schneier (247 Sports) – 10 questions the Giants must answer before the 2019 season

Ed Valentine (Big Blue View) – Giants’ 90-man roster: “Violent inside banger” Chris Slayton adds depth to defensive line

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