Saquon Barkley predicted as Giants’ 2022 MVP

Saquon Barkley predicted as Giants’ 2022 MVP

Saquon Barkley predicted as Giants’ 2022 MVP

Nobody knows what’s in store out of the New York Giants this year after another front office and training staff in general this offseason.

They are in a change ease in which senior supervisor Joe Schoen is in the actual coming of his structure cycle. With another instructing staff drove by lead trainer Brian Daboll, it’s impossible to say on which player – or players – will lead Big Blue all through this significant season.

In a new article foreseeing each NFC group’s non-quarterback MVP this season,’s Kevin Patra picked fifth-year running back Saquon Barkley to be the Giants’ man.

“If Big Blue is going to stun prognosticators, Barkley will be at the forefront of that effort. Since his dynamic rookie season (NFL-best 2,028 scrimmage yards), the running back has missed 21 games and never looked fully back from his ACL tear last season.

But if he can return to form in 2022, Barkley is a dual-threat weapon who can control games and be the ideal security blanket for Daniel Jones. We haven’t seen the real Saquon in years — the man with the Barry Sanders-type moves in the open field who can burn past DBs. In what amounts to a make-or-break campaign, here’s betting Barkley can get back on track.”

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