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What to make of the Giants’ running back position heading into 2021?

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It took a while, but the New York Giants finally found their offensive identity in the second half of the 2020 NFL season.

While their offense remained anemic and struggled to put points on the board, they found success running the ball. The combination of improvement along the offensive line, some schematic changes, and the emergence of Wayne Gallman Jr. gave the Giants the kind of consistency on the ground

However, the running game could be changing again in 2021. Saquon Barkley is due back from the torn ACL he suffered in week two, while Gallman could depart via free agency.

Joe DeLeone, Nick Falato, and I got together to discuss our takeaways from the running backs in 2020, as well as our projections for the position heading into 2021.

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