Barkley played one full game last season before tearing his ACL in Week 2. In Week 1, he carried the ball 15 times for six yards and caught six passes for 60 yards against the Steelers. He was the No. 10 fantasy back (half-PPR) in 2019, though he played just 13 games and owned the No. 6 per game average. He was famously the No. 1 running back as a rookie back in 2018. Barkley’s ACL tear is not a major concern–top running backs, especially young ones, tend to make a full recovery–but the Giants’ offensive line is one of the worst in the league, and one wonders if the Giants will limit his workload as he works his way back from injury.