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  • Does Bradshaw take notice?

    Our run game woke up tonight, does Bradshaw take notice? Not slamming him just saying... I hope it did.

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    I bet he's happy for Brown. Just like Bradshaw, a player under the radar gets his chance with injuries at the position.

    Giants fan since the early 80s

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    • #3
      Brown, Bradshaw, and Wilson will be Earth Wind and Fire 2.0...

      I'm Commander Shepard, and this is my favorite team in the NFL.

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      • #4
        I hope so. This Eli with that running game... Hard to stop.

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        • #5
          1. brown (bulk of shared carries) 2. bradshaw (lost a step its obvious) 3. wilson (still a rookie, he will end up being great at one point. just not yet, i will be patient with this kid, and darell scott obviously 4, he actually has a couple tackles on special teams, scott his a good football player just not an AWESOME back. he wont see that much unless somebody gets hurt, knock on wood, brown has eearned a spot he actually reminds me of a bigger faster dereck ward cuz he can catch like ward. hes actually a better receiver then him, and hes a better blocker the guy is a football player he is ur basic good running back!

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          • #6
            Originally posted by 22for25 View Post
            Our run game woke up tonight, does Bradshaw take notice? Not slamming him just saying... I hope it did.
            yea dont slam him, but i will say brown is better, i have said it all week i said it his second carry against tampa, after he ran for 15 yards. bradshaw hasnt done that for years hes not that goood anymore man and he cant hold the ball.

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            • #7
              I have my doubts Bradshaw is a Giant next season. Slip said his cap hit is 6.25 million. Giants drafted a 1st round RB and now Brown looks like a solid number 2 at the least. Giants could save a bunch of money having cheap replacements on the roster

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Redeyejedi View Post
                I have my doubts Bradshaw is a Giant next season. Slip said his cap hit is 6.25 million. Giants drafted a 1st round RB and now Brown looks like a solid number 2 at the least. Giants could save a bunch of money having cheap replacements on the roster
                Not to mentin, the more success u have finding late rd and UDF players that are good, u start wondering about paying injury prone players like Bradshaw.. In theory its a risk with Bradshaw going forward anyways with his ankles and what not, so why not take ur chances with Brown, Wilson, and possibly scott? Maybe bring in anotehr mid to late rder.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Toadofsteel View Post
                  Brown, Bradshaw, and Wilson will be Earth Wind and Fire 2.0...
                  Past, present, and future
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by nycsportzfan View Post
                    Not to mentin, the more success u have finding late rd and UDF players that are good, u start wondering about paying injury prone players like Bradshaw.. In theory its a risk with Bradshaw going forward anyways with his ankles and what not, so why not take ur chances with Brown, Wilson, and possibly scott? Maybe bring in another mid to late rder.
                    Giants need to shed room for Beatty and Phillips. I think a bunch of vets could get cut this offseason.Time to turn this team over to the younger guys to lead. Im really worried how the Giants are going to keep all these guys.We dont have the cap room to resign are key young players right now. JPP, Joesph, Phillips ,Nicks Cruz these guys are going to get big money

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by nycsportzfan View Post
                      Not to mentin, the more success u have finding late rd and UDF players that are good, u start wondering about paying injury prone players like Bradshaw.. In theory its a risk with Bradshaw going forward anyways with his ankles and what not, so why not take ur chances with Brown, Wilson, and possibly scott? Maybe bring in anotehr mid to late rder.
                      By the way u couldnt of just stopped posting last night I got like 3:30 hours of sleep.

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                      • #12
                        So many people holding the exit door WIDE open for 44 already.

                        It IS possible to talk someone up without having knock someone down.

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                        • #13
                          Bradshaw is also one of the best blocking RB's in the NFL. He will get plenty of playing time.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Redeyejedi View Post
                            I have my doubts Bradshaw is a Giant next season. Slip said his cap hit is 6.25 million. Giants drafted a 1st round RB and now Brown looks like a solid number 2 at the least. Giants could save a bunch of money having cheap replacements on the roster
                            ^---- this.
                            I don't always root for the Cowboys but when I do I wear my pink Jessica Simpson edition Romo jersey. (yes I lost a bet)

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                            • #15
                              Brown should help Bradshaw by taking some of the load off him. If Brown and this line continue to keep the running game going it should wear down some of these defenses, thus letting Bradshaw, and eventually Wilson, be more effective.

                              It's nice to finally see someone hit the holes like Brown does and get his yardage north and south. And he's come close to breaking some of those runs between the tackles too. The Giants have depended on slow developing plays outside the tackles, and misdirection for far too long. The shortest path to the end zone is right up the middle of the field. We haven't had a guy run this way in a long time. It must really feel good for the O-line to be able to block straight up and have a guy hit those seams while they're still open.

                              I noticed Scott last night seemed to have caught the fever too, he was trying to run hard, north and south; but didn't get quite as good blocking with some reserves in the game. If one guy has success doing this I think it will be contagious and the rest of the backs will try to emulate that style. There's nothing like seeing your running back behind the LBs before they even knew what hit 'em.

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