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Saquon Barkley Pulls Down Incredible Touchdown Catch (VIDEO)

Penn State fans, stop me if you’ve heard this one before, Saquon Barkley scores an incredible touchdown on a wheel route.

In a flashback to the 2016 Big Ten championship game when Barkley caught a wheel route touchdown over TJ Watt to help lift the Nittany Lions to their first, and currently only, Big Ten championship under James Franklin, Barkley scored again with an incredible catch on a corner of the endzone wheel route Sunday afternoon in the first quarter against the Commanders.

The touchdown catch was Barkley’s second receiving touchdown and third touchdown overall on the season and the 10th receiving touchdown of his NFL career.

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Barkley finished his Penn State career with eight career receiving touchdowns to add to his Penn State record 43 rushing touchdowns.

Saquon TD!

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— New York Giants (@Giants) November 19, 2023

Barkley, in his second contract year in a row, has been one of the lone bright spots in a struggling Giants offense this season that ranks last in the NFL in yards per game.

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