Found May 23, 2012 on Football Nation:
Despite having Ahmad Bradshaw, who had a very productive year in 2010, the Giants' rushing offense ranked dead last in the NFL last season. Bradshaw missed a good portion of the season with a foot injury, but even when the starter was healthy and on the field, the running game was very inconsistent. The Giants don’t have a great run blocking offensive line, and they would rather let Eli Manning throw the ball 45 plus times a game than stay balanced on offense.   I don’t expect David Wilson to completely change any of this. I would be surprised if the Giants finish dead last in rushing again, but with no early draft picks used on the offensive line the Giants simply lack the pieces in place to be an above average running offense.   None of this means that Wilson can’t be a solid fantasy player next season. I expect him to get between 5-10 carries a game initially. However, if Bradshaw struggles again like he did last season, then I would not rule out the possibility of Wilso...
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