Saquon Barkley w/ the Greatest Dunk in NFL History!!!

Saquon Barkley's big dunk across the goal line is reminiscent of Michael Jordan! The Dallas Cowboys take on the New York Giants during Week 17 of the 2018 NFL season.

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50 Responses

  1. Cowboys fans are annoying. Instead of appreciating an amazing play you're over here arguing against the most obvious thing, which is that the ball crossed the plane and therefore is a touchdown. Smh

  2. Aight so I’m not American and I just started watching football (love the sport) could someone explain these touchdown rules to me because I watched a game where the guy caught the ball inside the touchdown area but it was t a touchdown because he didn’t have control, but in this case Saquan doesn’t have control either

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