As part of ESPN’s pre-season overview of all 32 teamsBeat writer Jordan Raanan writes that the Giants Re-Running Saquon Barkley ran “definitively and harder” than last year, adding, “This is the most explosive he’s seen in a while. .”
Barkley has much to prove this season after injury gave way to on-field struggles over the past three years. The former No 2 player missed three games with a sprained right ankle in 2019, and he’s missed almost all of 2020 with a torn right ACL.
Barkley doesn’t look completely comfortable in 2021 as he tries to return to full strength from an ACL injury, and the left ankle injury only complicates his recovery. He played 13 games last season, dashing for 593 yards with just 3.7 yards per take.
Continuing from the slow offenses of the Joe Judge era could help Barkley regain his career. Even with their 17th game in 2021, The Giants are having a consecutive season scoring under 300 points for the first time since 1998-1999.
New head coach Brian Daboll also told reporters last month that Barkley looked “explosive”, and the impact a coach with a strong attacking background should not be underestimated on a player. posted over 2,000 yards of the script just a few years ago. Barkley has proven that he can give birth when healthy: