Giants Running Back Cleared To Play In Week 6

Somehow, the New York Giants have started the 2022 season at 4-1, with a huge win over the Green Bay Packers in London in Week 5, and while they had some negative injury news ahead of their clash with the Baltimore Ravens in Week 6 (Kenny Golloday and Kadarius Toney both out), they also received some great news, as the team confirmed that running back Saquon Barkley is good to go after suffering a should injury against Green Bay. 

Through five weeks, it appears Barkley is back to his best, with over 700 yards from scrimmage to go along with 3 Touchdowns, and while the defence has been playing great, Barkley is perhaps the biggest reason why the Giants find themselves right behind the undefeated Eagles in the NFC East. With Daniel Jones at QB, this team will always be limited, but right now, Saquon has been arguably the best player in the league through five weeks, and despite being limited in practice over the past few days, he's fully cleared to go for Week 6.

The Giants have been the biggest surprise in the NFL thus far in 2022, and have become a very fun team to watch, and if they can take down the 3-2 Ravens in Week 6, the media and the fans will have no choice but to take this team seriously.

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