After a record-breaking performance for the Giants last week against the Washington Redskins, Saquon Barkley has been named the NFC Offensive Player of the Week.
The second year running back played a huge role in New York's 41-35 overtime win in Washington, rushing for 189 yards and a touchdown, plus catching four passes for 90 yards and another score.
Barkley's 279-yard tally on the day broke Tiki Barber's total yards from scrimmage franchise record. Barber set the mark against the Eagles in 2002 with 276 total yards.
Additionally, Barkley's 279 yards are the most by any player this season, passing Leonard Fournette's 245 yards he had back in September against the Denver Broncos.
Aside from the team record, Barkley, who won the Player of the Week award for the second time in his short career, also set a career-high in rushing yards in a game.
With one more game left this season, Barkley sits at 911 rushing yards on the season -- despite missing three games with an injury -- and has a shot at a second consecutive 1,000-yard season.