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New York Giants rookie running back David Wilson drew an interesting comparison to himself after his up and (mostly) down start in the NFL. According to Bob Glauber of Newsday, Wilson thinks if teams believe in him, he will get the job done.
“I’m like birth control. You have to believe in me. Like birth control, 99.9 percent of the time I’m going to come through for you,” Wilson said.
“I never know when that opportunity is coming, and that’s why you have to stay prepared. But when I do get that opportunity, I’m going to get lost in the moment and keep it going. Once I get my chance to go out there and play football and do what I do, I’m not going to want to let go of that.”
Wilson fumbled on his second career rushing attempt and was given only four attempts over the following three weeks. This has not deterred Wilson’s confidence in himself. In fact, he believes he will be a Hall of Famer by the end of his career. Perhaps his play over the last two weeks has shown that he will get ...
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New York Giants running back David Wilson is very confident in himself, so much that he believes he’ll be in the Hall of Fame some day.“I think at the end of my career, I’ll be in the Hall of Fame,” said Wilson, per Bob Glauber of Newsday. “I know myself, and I know [when] I have guys around me that feel the same way, which I feel I do. When I get my opportunity, the sky...
CART BEFORE THE HORSE
Giants rookie running back David Wilson believes that one day, he'll be in the Hall of Fame. He also likened himself to birth control in an interesting analogy.
The New York Giants finally have some exciting things going on in the running game: three 100-yard performances in the last four games, a healthy Ahmad Bradshaw, an exciting and explosive young up-and-comer in David Wilson, and a viable option in Andre Brown. While Brown is just returning from a concussion, we're already day-dreaming of what this stable of guys could do if they...
New York Giants running back David Wilson is a young, promising player bursting with potential and boasting it as of late on the football field in any capacity he can. So there would be no issues arguing with his insufferable optimism pertaining to his NFL future.
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Via Newsday’s Bob Glauber:
“I think at the end of my career, I’ll be in the Hall of...
Now that David Wilson is out of the Giants’ doghouse, he’s focusing on the bigger picture. Not to gain a few more carries each week or definitively earning the coaching staff’s trust, but quite literally the biggest picture possible.
“I think at the end of my career, I’ll be in the Hall of Fame,” Wilson said, via NFL.com. “I know myself and I know (when) I have guys...
It only took New York Giants rookie running back, David Wilson, two carries to become a household name. On his second carry of his career, Wilson fumbled the ball against the Dallas Cowboys in the season opener on national TV. But it was what happened after the fumble is what made him known all over. [...]
Some people are cocky, some people are confident and some people are David Wilson.
The rookie running back believes that, when all is said and done, he will be in the Hall of Fame despite sitting third on the New York Giants depth chart.
"I think at the end of my career, I'll be in the Hall of Fame," Wilson told Newsday's Bob Glauber.
A New York Giants running back had an interesting way of describing himself on the field. David Wilson hasn’t had the best season thus far. But he’s not letting that shake his confidence. We’ve talked before how I believe that winners need to have an edge about them. Some cockiness. An edge or to [...]
It has been said that Giants rookie running back David Wilson has a ton of potential, he just needs an opportunity to prove it. His costly fumble in the first game of the season — the one where he was spotted crying after the play — landed him in Tom Coughlin’s dog house and has limited his reps. To say that the early struggles have done nothing to hurt Wilson’s confidence...
Tweet David Wilson is a rookie RB who fumbled on just his second career NFL carry so what his says is irrelevant for the most part, but this quote was too hilarious not to mention. During a recent interview, the NY Giants rook made an interesting and uncommon reference to his questionable reliability. See below [...]
New York Giants coach Tom Coughlin said both Andre Brown and David Wilson will get chances to carry the ball Sunday behind Bradshaw, according to Ohm Youngmisuk of ESPN New York.Fantasy Spin:Bradshaw is dealing with some foot soreness but you can go ahead and roll with him Sunday against Washington coming off two excellent performances (57 carries, 316 yards, 2 TDs in past two games).