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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Saquon makes this play look easy, but he's probably one of just a small handful of humans capable of turning this into a touchdown.

It starts with him utilizing his excellent vision to make a backside cut.

He then uses his ridiculous lateral agility to beat Eagles linebacker Nigel Bradham, who honestly isn't in bad position. But Barkley is just so quick he teleports right by Bradham, and the linebacker doesn't so much as lay a finger on him.

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Saquon makes this play look easy, but he's probably one of just a small handful of humans capable of turning this into a touchdown.

It starts with him utilizing his excellent vision to make a backside cut.

He then uses his ridiculous lateral agility to beat Eagles linebacker Nigel Bradham, who honestly isn't in bad position. But Barkley is just so quick he teleports right by Bradham, and the linebacker doesn't so much as lay a finger on him.

From there, Saquon sticks his foot in the ground and motors by Eagles safety Rasul Douglas.

Douglas doesn't take the best angle, and that gives Saquon and his 4.40 speed all the daylight he needs to cash in six points.

At the time of this writing, Barkley's eight runs of 20 yards or more are tied for the most in the NFL.

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