Should the New York Giants withdraw from Saquon Barkley, Daniel Jones?

If you ask any New York Giants legend, it’s about time the NFL franchise took a new direction and fielded replacements for Daniel Jones and Saquon Barkley.

New York Giants fans have long been unhappy with the direction the NFL franchise appears to be taking. If you ask a number of fans what the Giants should do, many would say it’s time to hit the proverbial reset button, clean house, and start over.

A big Giants seems on board with this notion. In particular, he’s comfortable with the idea of ​​New York walking away from their starting quarterback and running back.

During his radio show Tiki and Tierney, Tiki Barber publicly demanded that the franchise walk away from quarterback and run back. Barber made his case, arguing that the Giants should start over.

New York Giants: Tiki Barber calls on Giants to start over, replacing Daniel Jones and Saquon Barkley

As Barber explained, overhauling everything is better for the team than trying to keep a popular player on the team.

“The reason I think they should try to trade Saquon is that if you go to zero to fix your cap, just do it,” Barber explained. “Don’t try to ease the pain by keeping a popular player here. If you reset, it’s a new regime, a new philosophy, go all out.”

That’s not necessarily a bad idea, especially considering how the Giants struggled to win and how Jones and Barkley struggled to produce.

Who knows what the Giants will actually commit to. The franchise is in dire need of help. Maybe they can achieve that by moving on and starting over. Should the New York Giants withdraw from Saquon Barkley, Daniel Jones?

John Verrall

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