Giants' David Wilson Hopes Second Time Playing Dallas Ends Differently
Excerpt: "It was against the Dallas Cowboys in week one that New York Giants running back David Wilson made the one mistake that a rookie can't make, especially playing for Tom Coughlin. He fumbled the ball in the red zone, costing the Giants crucial points. Since that incident, Wilson hasn't seen the field much at the running back position until recently. One of Coughlin's biggest pet peeves is fumbling the ball, and if you're guilty of doing so, you may end up in the dog house, which Wilson discovered. But Wilson isn't seeking any redemption against Dallas, just a win.
Tomorrow's game is a chance to show Dallas what he could have done if he didn't fumble early in the game, but Wilson insists he's not focused on that. He said he's unsure whether the fumble in the first game has affected his playing time at all this season, but he admits it's a possibility.“Maybe,” Wilson said. “Only the coaches know that.” Read more...
“I just hope we win,” Wilson said. “That’s the main thing. We lost the last time we played.