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New York Giants running back David Wilson has now established that opening day is not the day to catch him at his best.
During his rookie season, Wilson infamously fumbled his way into coach Tom Coughlin’s doghouse.
Now entrenched as the lead dog in a depleted committee, Wilson literally dropped the ball during his debut affair as a sophomore.
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The New York Giants open the 2013 season with a 31-36 lost to the Dallas Cowboys. Eli Manning went 27 for 42 with 450 yards passing, four touchdown and three interceptions. The first of Eli’s interceptions came on the opening play of the game. The Giants had six turnovers all together. Two fumbles cam from second year running back David Wilson...
According to Mike Garafolo of FOX Sports, the New York Giants will work out running backs Brandon Jacobs and Willis McGahee. The Giants will work out RBs tomorrow. The group will include Brandon Jacobs. — Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) September 9, 2013 Also working out for the Giants tomorrow: Willis McGahee. — Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) September 9, 2013 After David Wilson...
New York Giants running back David Wilson couldn’t have had a worse opening game versus the Dallas Cowboys.
His final stat line read: 7 rushes for 19 yards and two fumbles.
The “starting” running back for the G-men puked all over his cleats in reality and fantasy. So the hate train started rolling down the tracks headed straight for #22.
In response, he tweeted the following...
Now that Brandon Jacobs is back with the New York Giants he wants to come in help second-year back David Wilson get better and help Big Blue win some football games.
“Well, you know, David is a good guy,” Jacobs said. “He’s a good player. Talented as all get-out. I’m just coming to help him. No different areas where I’m coming to help. I’m just coming to help...
Giants coach Tom Coughlin stressed that David Wilson will continue to be a factor in the offense, according to the NY Daily News. "David Wilson's a very talented young man that we need on our football team to be productive," Coughlin said. "We've been down this road before. We think we can have an impact on him being a better ball-carrier."Fantasy Spin...
Tom Coughlin was actually able to chuckle on Monday when asked if the Giants need a bigger running back seeing that David Wilson was stopped for no gain from the Dallas 1-yard line in the season-opening 36-31 loss to the Cowboys.
“I think we need to block better to be honest with you’’ Coughlin said. “I wasn’t concerned about the goal line from the running backs standpoint...
The New York Giants opened their 2013 season with a 36-31 defeat to the Dallas Cowboys after failing to take care of the ball.
“We turned the ball over five times and muffed a punt,” coach Tom Coughlin said. “Six times we gave the ball away tonight. Six times – that’s my fault. I’m totally, totally disappointed and embarrassed by that kind of football. That’s sloppy...
Tweet Be careful what you tweet… A couple days after the New York Giants lost to the Dallas Cowboys thanks largely to six turnovers, running back David Wilson — who lost two fumbles in the game — decided to take his frustrations to Twitter (we grabbed a screen shot of the tweet in case Wilson […]
Tweet New York Giants running back David Wilson has a major case of fumble-itis. The 2012 first round pick out of Virginia Tech displayed early signs of the condition in the Giants’ season opener last year, fumbling early in the game and finding himself on the bench for most of the season. This year, Wilson’s […]
Giants running back David Wilson is at a crossroads in his NFL career.
Wilson is extremely talented, and so highly thought of, that Bleacher Report’s Mike Freeman predicted Wilson would become a breakout star in 2013.
Wilson for his talents, struggles to hang onto to the football while in traffic, and that defficiencie could lead to an early retirement.
Coaches simply can’t play...
The New York Giants signed running back Brandon Jacobs Tuesday.
Jacobs, who played for the Giants from 2005-2011 and was a part of two Super Bowl-winning teams, should help a backfield in flux. Second-year starter in David Wilson is backed up by Da'Rel Scott and Michael Cox. But New York ran for only 50 yards in the season-opening loss to the Cowboys.
Either the New York Giants are trying to send a message to second-year running back David Wilson, or they are legitimately nervous about his fumbling problem. Wilson, who was expected to be a major part of New York’s offensive attack in 2013, put the ball on the ground twice during a loss to the Dallas […]
Week one of the NFL season is almost complete and of course everything went exactly to plan, right? Of course not. Not even Nostradamus himself can predict this sh*t anymore, but some things went our way and some things definitely did not.
It’s a Fumble!!
Stevan Ridley fumbled. Not once, but twice. Emperor Belichick has no patience for such things and he was sent packing...