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What Can The “Big Blue” Offer You?Last year the Giants proved that you don’t have to have a good running game to win football games. In fact, they proved you don’t even have to have a decent running game to win football games. But with the recent departure of complimentary back Brandon Jacobs, the question of who will fill that role arises. The Giants believe in feature back Ahmad Bradshaw or they wouldn’t have signed him to a four year deal. Bradshaw has proven he can be an unstoppable force when healthy and given the touches, for example in 2010 where he racked up 1,235 rushing yards and eight touchdowns and also caught 47 passes for 314 yards.The use of their first round draft pick on former Virginia Tech running back David Wilson does show that the Giants know that their running game is where they need the most help. But with so many teams headed towards an aerial assault offense, it seems many coaches have a tough time being patient and running between the tackles. In 2010 when...
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