Coming off their best season since 2016, the New York Giants head into a crucial offseason that will include major decisions to make at quarterback and running back. Now that their rookie contracts have expired, both Daniel Jones and Saquon Barkley are set for free agency, and each player is expected to command a contract worth at least eight figures annually.

But with the success each player experienced in 2022, it’s hard to envision either athlete seeing themselves thrive even more elsewhere in 2023. The Giants have plenty of cap space, and are projected to have over $44 million to spend this offseason, meaning they have plenty of financial flexibility to pursue a large contract extension for both of their stars.

They also have the franchise tag available, which basically ensures at least one of the two can return to the Big Apple for another season, should a long-term extension be tough to agree on.