4 adjustments Brian Daboll must make if he wants to upset Philly

The Giants need to do things a little different if they want to end their dry spell against the Eagles

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1. Feed Saquon

The Eagles are coming off a game where they allowed James Conner to rush for 128 yards and one touchdown. Michael Carter also added 61 yards on seven carries. As a team, they allowed 5.5 yards per rush. If the Cardinals can do it, so can the Giants.

There's a lot of speculation this week as to Barkley possibly playing his last game as a Giant on Sunday. While it's a topic that'll be heavily explored this offseason, Barkley needs to go out with style in case it is his last time playing in front of the MetLife crowd in blue.

He's 84 yards away from his fourth-career 1,000-yard rushing season. He had 80 yards against the Eagles last time and should be used more on Sunday. If the Giants want to finally beat the Eagles, letting Saquon do what he does best is a major key to victory.