- Saquon Barkley helped the Giants achieve a remarkable comeback in Arizona
- Barkley totaled 92 yards from scrimmage, plus a rushing and receiving touchdown
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The Giants’ win over the Arizona Cardinals was marred by Saquon Barkley’s ankle injury, putting him in serious doubt for Thursday night’s game in San Francisco.
Barkley was an integral part of Big Blue’s second-half resurgence, where he scored 24 unanswered points to win 31-28 in the Desert.
However, the star running back limped off the field, with the help of trainers, late in the fourth quarter due to an apparent right ankle injury.
The scans have since come back negative and an MRI will take place tomorrow, according to Jordan Schultz.
According to the report, New York is considering Barkley a sprained ankle, which is not considered a “serious injury.”
The Giants’ victory was marred by star guard Saquon Barkley going down with an ankle injury.
Barkley totaled 92 yards from scrimmage, including a rushing touchdown and a receiving touchdown.
Barkley totaled 92 yards from scrimmage at Glendale, including 17 carries for 63 yards rushing and six receptions for 29 receiving yards.
The former No. 2 overall pick also had a rushing and receiving touchdown. The latter was typically spectacular.
Quarterback Daniel Jones found Barkley on an option route with 8:54 left as the G-Men trailed 28-14.
After Barkley retrieved the football, he ran and dove on the pylon, acrobatically knocking it down for six.
He made several key plays as the Giants scored another touchdown on their next drive before Graham Gano gave the go-ahead run on the following drive.