After the Eagles signed Saquon Barkley, his 5-year-old daughter make a statement against the Giants team….

After the Eagles signed Saquon Barkley, his 5-year-old daughter teases the Giants, asking, “Are we going to win now?”
Saquon Barkley and Anna Congdon with their daughter, Jada, in February 2024.

The Barkley family is beginning to accept their position on the opposing side of the Giants-Eagles rivalry.
Barkley, who signed a three-year contract worth up to $37.75 million with the Giants’ bitter rival this month, reminisced about the moment he broke the news of his signing to his five-year-old daughter Jada, who had evidently been keeping tabs on the NFC East standings, in a new video posted on Wednesday by Philadelphia’s social media team.

“She is aware of the extensive history I have with the Eagles,” Barkley remarked. “She kind of asked, ‘Does it mean we’re going to win now?’ when I informed her we were heading to Philadelphia. And I suddenly broke into a smile once more, thinking, “Hopefully, hopefully.”

Barkley’s only postseason experience with the Giants came in the 2022 campaign, which culminated in a 38-7 loss to the Super Bowl-bound Eagles.
The Giants prevailed 27-10 on January 7 of last year, though, as Philadelphia continued to lose badly in the second half of 2023.

The Eagles and Giants both want to move past their underwhelming seasons.
After starting 10-1, Philadelphia dropped six of its next seven games, winning only against the Giants in Week 16.
An ugly 32-9 wild-card loss to the Buccaneers in January marked the end of their season.Saquon Barkley Pens Note To Giants Fans, Calls Eagles Move 'Business'  Decision

The Giants, one year removed from their first playoff berth since 2016, stumbled in their sophomore season under Brian Daboll, finishing at 6-11 and missing the playoffs.

Barkley, the two-time Pro Bowl running back, issued a farewell message to the Giants and their fans on social media last week as his six-year run with the team came to a close.

“The last three days have been a whirlwind of emotions, but I wanted to take a minute and acknowledge all the Giant fans that have supported me and my family over the last six years,” Barkley wrote.

“When I was drafted here I wanted my impact off the field to rival the accomplishments we had on it, and I can only hope that I came close to doing that. I’m forever grateful to the Mara and Tisch family and the wonderful people working in the Giants organization. The fans in New York and New Jersey will forever hold a place in my heart. … Ultimately the NFL is a business, and I hope that everyone can respect my decision.”

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