Good morning, New York Giants fans!
Want to know what’s faster than a cheetah? Saquon Barkley. Want to know what’s faster than Saquon Barkley? Light. The first human to break the sound barrier individually and murder tacklers in the process. Seriously, Barkley is a demi-god that we are lucky to have on a team that just ridded themselves of Odell Beckham Jr.
— New York Giants (@Giants) May 29, 2019
Just one year ago, the Giants had two generational talents, now they’re down to one. The difference? The one remaining is a gem in the media and presents a positive image for the organization. In 2018, Barkley, the player of notice, joined an elite group of running backs to break 2,000 all-purpose yards in their rookie season.
With an upgraded offensive line, Barkley has the potential to be even more effective and efficient. He will enjoy better blocking up front and a betting version of Eli Manning, which will make the play-action more dangerous and keep defenders on their toes.
Let’s get this straight, the Giants’ offense has the ability to be fantastic, it all depends on Manning and if he can utilize the receivers he has on the field. Adding Golden Tate and extending Sterling Shepard should provide him with ample weaponry. Shep has had a fantastic OTA period so far, catching everything that comes his way. I’m extremely excited to see what this offense can do in the coming months.
Giants top articles of the day:
John Schmeelk (Giants.com) – Sideline Notes: Giants OTA No. 5
Dan Schneier (247Sports) – Predicting playing time for each New York Giants rookie in 2019
John Fennelly (Giants Wire) – Giants enjoying no-nonsense OTAs for first time in years
Dan Benton (Giants Wire) – Oshane Ximines named Giants’ most dangerous new weapon
Alexander Wilson (Empire Sports Media) – New York Giants: Daniel Jones has one goal in his rookie season