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David Wilson – The New York Giants 1st-round pick will begin the season as Ahmad Bradshaw’s backup but should see significant playing time. Under Tom Coughlin, the Giants have consistently used a two and even three man rotation at running back, leaving plenty of carries for Wilson in the backup role.
Rueben Randle – The 2nd-round pick likely won’t see much action early due to the crowded depth chart. He’ll likely start the year as the 5th or 6th option at receiver.
Adrien Robinson – The 4th-round pick starts the year as the third tight end behind and Martellus Bennett and Bear Pascoe.
Markus Kuhn – Kuhn was one of four defensive tackles to make the 53-man roster, which means he should see a fair amount of playing time as part of their rotation. He’s a bit of a developmental prospect though, so they may pick and chose the right spots to play him.
Jayron Hosley – Hosley competed for the nickel corner job during the preseason but appears to have lost out. He’ll start the season primari...
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Giants rookie David Wilson lost a fumble on his second career carry, and he was feeling so badly about it he began crying on the sidelines. If you look carefully at the image above, you can see a tear streaming from the corner of Wilson’s left eye. The first-round pick fumbled seven times last season at Virginia Tech and lost four of them, so there’s little doubt this was an...
Giants rookie David Wilson lost a fumble on his second career carry, and he was feeling so badly about it he began crying on the sidelines. If you look carefully at the image above (or click twice to enlarge), you can see a tear streaming from the corner of Wilson’s left eye.
New York Giants 1st-round pick David Wilson fumbled on his second career carry midway through the 1st quarter, and was promptly benched. The Giants handed the ball off to Wilson on two of their first five running plays, but Wilson didn’t touch the ball for the remainder of the 1st half.
Wilson struggled with ball security throughout his brief college career, so his fumble comes...
1st quarter of the 1st game of the 2012 NFL season and NY Giants rookie fumbler David Wilson, fumbles. Followed by a good, cleansing cry.
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The New York Giants Super Bowl defense got off on the wrong foot last night, as the Dallas Cowboys became the first team to knock off a defending champ in an opener since 1999. The Giants dropped the ball, figuratively and literally. Rookie running back David Wilson had one carry all night, resulting in a [...]
On his second career carry, in the Giants' 24-17 loss to the Dallas Cowboys Giants first-round pick David Wilson fumbled the ball after being leveled by Cowboys linebacker Sean Lee.
He didnt see another snap out of the Giants backfield, Jorge Castillo of the Newark Star-Ledger reports.
Its hard to put it behind you if thats the last play you can remember, said...
By Anthony Caruso III
The Capital Sports Report
Owner/Managing Editor/Sr. Writer
New York Giants head coach Tom Coughlin went away from rookie running back David Wilson after his fumble.
David Wilson (Getty Images)
Wilson was benched in the first quarter of Wednesday’s opener against the Dallas Cowboys. He finished with two carries for four yards.
He did not play an offensive snap...
New York Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw rushed for 78 yards and scored a touchdown Wednesday in the season opener.Fantasy Spin:Bradshaw handled 17 carries to David Wilson's two. Bradshaw is still a major part of the Giants offense and Wilson is going to have to wait to get his shot to take over, especially after he fumbled Wednesday.
New York Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw (hand) is listed as probable, but there is no question he'll play on Wednesday night.Fantasy Spin:Bradshaw should be started in all leagues. Down the road he'll lose some of his rushing attempts to talented rookie David Wilson, but probably not in the first half of the season.
As Grantland writer Bill Barnwell recently wrote, “Everything is more fun when you have money riding on it. That’s not a sign of a potentially crippling addiction, is it?” Football starts tonight, which means it’s the time of the year where those of us who smiled and nodded at that previous quote, for the most [...]
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By Eric Judd @ericjuddTSHQ
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Kevin Ogletree. Poor Miles Austin. Poor Dez Bryant. Kevin Ogletree made you look bad. Moreover, he made you an after-thought. The big names, with the big contracts, continue to get overshadowed by previously unknown 3rd receivers. Kevin Ogletree had...
I know exactly how I hope Wednesday's NFL regular-season opener at MetLife Stadium will go. I want the New York Giants to start by pounding the ball on the ground, getting at least one rushing touchdown, hopefully by Ahmad Bradshaw. I want the Giants to be up by, say, 14 points at half so the Dallas Cowboys are forced to pass the ball in the second half. I want Tony Romo to throw...