The New York Giants rushing attack has seen a rebirth over the last two weeks. Despite finishing last in the NFL in rushing in 2011, Big Blue has relied heavily on their ground game over the last two contests. Third-year product out of N.C. State Andre Brown has provided a spark to the team's offense. However, today we learned Ahmad Bradshaw will be making his return against the Philadelphia Eagles in Week four.
Before injuring his neck against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Bradshaw was averaging 4.6 yards per carry. With that, he never had the opportunity to play behind the Giants revamped offensive line, a unit that appears rejuvenated after the injury to David Diehl. Although Bradshaw is still listed as questionable for Sunday night's divisional bout, it appears as if the six-year veteran thoroughly believes he will be on the field.
"You can guarantee it, man," Bradshaw said. "You can guarantee I'll be out there fighting with my team."