Excerpt: "The Giants planned that running backs Ahmad Bradshaw and Andre Brown would split the snaps, and carries, at about 50/50 last week against the Philadelphia Eagles.
But Bradshaw played 58 of the 68 offensive snaps. Brown was in on just nine and had five carries for 14 yards.
On Thursday, offensive coordinator Kevin Gilbride gave the simple answer: The Giants don’t trust Brown enough in pass protection, and they had been forced to throw more than they had planned.
Brown knows that’s the case and is looking to improve as a pass blocker." Read more...