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New York Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw rushed for 78 yards and scored a touchdown Wednesday in the season opener.Fantasy Spin:Bradshaw handled 17 carries to David Wilson's two. Bradshaw is still a major part of the Giants offense and Wilson is going to have to wait to get his shot to take over, especially after he fumbled Wednesday.
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