Monday was an absolutely wild day in the national football league.  Free agency or better known as legal tampering began and several teams made some moves and running backs were the main position that was coveted.  The market has been so strange but the biggest move of the day happened when the Philadelphia Eagles signed Saquon Barkley.  Much to the chagrin of Giants fans as they took to social media to voice their frustration.  Ultimately it is Joe Schoen and the Giants organization's fault as they failed Saquon and I don't blame him one bit for going to the team that paid him the most money.  Below is my quick take on this as seen in The Times Union:

The Philadelphia Eagles just won the NFC-East by spending the money on running back Saquon Barkley when the Giants didn't think we was worth it. Great move by the Eagles who add Barkley to a very talented offense with an offensive line that is one of the best in the NFL. The Giants were one of by worst offensive lines in the league so Barkley will showcase his talents even more in Philly. Philadelphia looks at Saquon as a three down back and decided he was worth more money than your average RB. They got it right and the Giants are the big losers and especially with Barkley landing with the rival Eagles.

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It will be a bitter matchup with Barkley staying within the NFC East and facing the Giants twice in a season for the next three years at least.  The NFL scheduling committee should have Eagles Giants in week one I can't wait for both of those matchups this season.

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