The 10 Craziest Plays of Saquon Barkley's Rookie Season

Barkley's been a human highlight reel in his first NFL season.

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Late in the game during the Giants' Week 4 clash with the New Orleans Saints, Saquon Barkley channeled his inner Superman.

Taking off from the 3-yard line, the former basketball player showed off his 41-inch vertical jump to score an eye-popping touchdown.

I'm sure Giants fans held their breath as Barkley tumbled up and over the Saints defensive line for the score, but Barkley emerged from the daredevil maneuver unharmed.

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Late in the game during the Giants' Week 4 clash with the New Orleans Saints, Saquon Barkley channeled his inner Superman.

Taking off from the 3-yard line, the former basketball player showed off his 41-inch vertical jump to score an eye-popping touchdown.

I'm sure Giants fans held their breath as Barkley tumbled up and over the Saints defensive line for the score, but Barkley emerged from the daredevil maneuver unharmed.

Barkley finished the game with exactly 100 yards from scrimmage.

Here's another interesting Saquon tidbit for you.

Despite having the seventh-most rushing attempts in the NFL at the time of this writing (158), the rookie back has yet to fumble.

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