Giants take great revenge in NFL’s 2024  Super Bowl LVIII as Giants vs. Saquon Barkley and rival…

NFL’s greatest revenge games in 2024: Super Bowl LVIII rematch, Saquon Barkley vs. Giants, and more.

People can become enraged about off-season roster changes, particularly when a player joins a rival team in the same division, to the extent that a former franchise great may declare an active star to be “dead” to him. I’ll take care of that right now. However, these kinds of moves are not unusual.

David Montgomery, a running back, moved from Chicago to Detroit during his free agency year last year. Speaking of the NFC North, legendary Packers quarterback Brett Favre played for the Vikings for his final two NFL seasons, which heightened tensions between the two fierce rivals who are once again in the forefront in this article.

The NFL schedule for 2024 is not yet final, but we do know the opponents each team will face. This implies that we can target situations when resentment is likely to be expressed. So, in no particular order, here are my top 12 REVENGE matchups for the ’24 season.

Like they do at WrestleMania, which is being held in Philadelphia this year, let’s kick things off with a banger. Now, after the star running back accepted a lucrative contract with the rival Eagles, former Giants running back Tiki Barber (jokingly?) claimed that he was done with Saquon Barkley. I understand. Fans of the Eagles and Giants are still in love. One of the most acrimonious rivalries in However, I believe that this was a rather wise decision, therefore Giants supporters shouldn’t be overly unhappy about it. During his six seasons in New York, Saquon played some excellent football and earned a nice salary with a club that, hopefully, is still in the running for the Super Bowl.

The Giants are not in a position where it makes sense to commit a lot of money to a running back. However, the Eagles signed him because they felt that their quarterback shouldn’t be allowed to run for fifteen touchdowns. I am aware that some people find it unsettling to imagine Saquon wearing an Eagles uniform, and that Giants supporters will become enraged if he has an influence on their division similar to that of Christian McCaffrey. But dude is from Allentown, Pennsylvania, (fine, Whitehall Township) and should be allowed to go home. Plus, folks should blame the team that didn’t want to pay Saquon before getting mad at the player himself.

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