Add another one to Saquon Barkley's career highlight reel.
The freakishly athletic Giants running back showed off his rare talents in the first half of his team's season opener against the Pittsburgh Steelers on Monday Night Football.
Barkley had social media buzzing midway through the second quarter after a 38-yard catch-and-run on a screen pass from quarterback Daniel Jones.
The third-year back caught the short toss from Jones with several blockers and plenty of green turf in front of him, a welcomed sight during an otherwise frustrating first half in which Barkley rushed for -3 yards on nine carries.
With a head of steam and several Steelers defenders converging on him downfield, Barkley swatted away one would-be tackler and then turned to the hurdle -- a move he's used several times throughout his college and pro careers -- to avoid another and extend his jaunt.
Despite Barkley's tough half statistically, the spectacular play and display of athleticism had Football Twitter talking.