Originally posted on Football Nation  |  Last updated 10/24/12
FN FolliesThe New York Giants were certainly pumped on Sunday after a come-from-behind 27-23 win over the Washington Redskins. But no player was more fired up than Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw. And not in a good way.Bradhsaw had two puzzling emotional outbursts during the game. The first occured in the third quarter, when Bradshaw was tackled after a 15-yard gain. He got up and screamed at wide receiver Victor Cruz, then hit Cruz on the helmet - apparently not pleased with a missed block by Cruz which could have potentially extended the run.Later in the quarter, after Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin II was intercepted by Giants safety Stevie Brown, Bradshaw was seen having a heated exchange with head coach Tom Coughlin as the offense took the field. Bradshaw said on Monday that he was telling his coach to run the ball, clearly frustrated that he only ran 12 times against Washington after having 57 rushes the previous two weeks.While Bradshaw's passion is admirable, showing up your team's star wide receiver and head coach is not very wise. Sure, no one cares after a win and with the Giants atop the NFC East, but that act will get old quickly. Especially in an organization that clearly frowns a "me-first" attitude. Just ask Tiki Barber and Jeremy Shockey how well that worked out for them.Other quick-hit observations from Week 7 in the NFL:According to the New York Post's Page Six, New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez and actress Eva Longoria called it quits before Sunday's game against the Patriots. All things considered, Sanchez played pretty well given the circumstances. Could this lead to future break-ups before big games? And kudos to Eva for not tattooing another athlete's initials on her body this time.Jets head coach Rex Ryan may actually say "you know" more often during his press conferences than Fox's Troy Aikman does during an entire game broadcast. That's saying something.Can the Tampa Bay Buccaneers please refrain from ever wearing their "creamsicle" orange throwback uniforms ever again? Doug Williams and Lee Roy Selmon are still traumatized from wearing those awful colors.Congratulations San Diego Chargers fans - your team didn't blow a lead this week.There are signs that Commissioner Roger Goodell may cancel the Pro Bowl. If this happens, I take back everything I said alluding to his lack of brains.
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