WATCH IT: OJ Simpson defends Saquon Barkley and criticizes the Giants’ offensive line | Penn State Football News | Collegian newspaper

After an atrocious night on the ground for Saquon Barkley that saw him run only six yards out of 15 attempts, OJ Simpson chirped to defend the running back and criticize the Giants’ offensive line.

The former Heisman Trophy winner said that neither himself, nor Barry Sanders nor Walter Payton could have gained yards in Monday night’s game under the pressure Barkley faced in the backfield.

Simpson also said Barkley could use a full-back to help him.

He continues to compare his coaches and offensive linesman along with those of Sanders and Payton with those of New York, calling the Giants’ offensive line soft.


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