Good morning, New York Giants fans!
Saquon Barkley is No. 13. You might have expected him to be higher. PFF says:
Barkley’s inclusion on this list is based on the obvious talent he showcased as a rookie in 2018 rather than the relatively disappointing, injury-plagued sophomore campaign we saw from him this past season. As a rookie in 2018, Barkley’s 86.3 receiving grade was a top-five mark at the position, and his 31 missed tackles forced after the catch led all NFL players by eight. That elusiveness — both as a runner and a receiver — is what makes him so dynamic in open space and what earns him a spot on this list.
This is a question many people have. Jason Fitzgerald dives into it with an informative look at the possibilities.
This shows how much rookies have contributed, by snaps plays, based on their draft position over the past several years. It can help set expectations for the Giants’ 2020 draft class.
In some places, yes. In others, no.
Concerns about his health are undoubtedly a major part of the reason he still has not signed.
In an unprecedented situation, the league must have contingency plans.
In a memo sent to the 32 teams by Commissioner Roger Goodell and obtained by The Associated Press on Tuesday, a uniform baseline for full refunds on any tickets purchased directly from the clubs was prepared.
Goodell wrote that “all clubs will have in place a policy under which, if a game is cancelled, or is played under conditions that prohibit fans from attending, anyone purchasing a ticket directly from the club (i.e., season tickets, group sales and/or partial season plans) will have the option of either receiving a full refund or applying the amount paid toward a future ticket purchase directly from the club.”
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