It was during the cheap madden coins season New York Giants running back Nike star Saquon Barkley was given his own model of the Air Trainer 3. What was it like to witness him pay tribute to you through the sneaker?

I gave him those shoes. It was as if I was saying"Grasshopper! It's the opportunity to carry this torch. You must do it in a professional manner.' I know that Saquon will do a great job at that. Saquon is a nice kid. He reminds me a large amount of me. He's a runner with a lot of power and his head on straight. This is the thing that impresses me the most. His personality isn't his stats. I love the way he carries himself.

The only constant will remain Bo Jackson. But when you reflect upon the NFL running backs who have come after you, which ones remind you most of yourself?

I can only come up with two examples -There are two that I can think of - Saquon as well as Derrick Henry -- on the strength, strength, and ability to maneuver through the field and defend. They don't have the speed that I did. But they've made it work for them. They're very effective in their field. This is why they're considered to be the top running backs in the present.

As you reflect on your professional career, what's the most memorable action you've made that you believe could have been the result of the video game?

The only thing nobody talks about buy Mut 22 coins, except for Denver Broncos fans is when we were in Denver and I went through their defense on one play like a hot knife through butter. It's not a boast, it's just the fact being the size I was at the time and how low I learned in college how to reach behind my pads. That means that you won't catch me upright running without pads unless there was someone 5 or 6 yards behind me trying to pursue me. When I was in the middle of traffic, in the hot of the action it only took me just one moment to understand that not running on your pads can be harmful for your health. I can't think of the name of the guy, but it was a linebacker with the Cardinals while they were in Phoenix. He blew me up. He smacked me on the 6- or 7-yard line and I was thrown off the 2. He helped me up and said, 'Hey, Bo, look, you need to help me earn my check. It's time to get faster. I'm looking at him and saying, 'You've had lost your mind. I'm not going to run into that hole any more.' The next play I bounced it off the wall and ran at my speed.