The only concern I have here with KG is that I hope he doesn't expect Brown or Wilson to be as good at pass protection as Bradshaw is. That is a ridiculously high bar to set and one that most RBs in this league can't even reach. Brown could use a little more improvement but he looks like after another game or two of experience with it, that he would be ready for a larger role in the offense.
2014 Giants Mock (Assuming Nicks is let go)
1. Anthony Barr, 'Leo', Clemson
2. Austin Seferian-Jenkins, TE, Washington
3. Carlos Hyde, RB, Ohio
3. Yawin Smallwood, LB, Connecticut
4. Hroniss Grasu, C, Oregon
5. Rashaad Reynolds, CB, Oregon State
6. JaWaun James, OT, Tennessee
Sounds like a coaching problem, time to earn your pay Gilbride....Fix it!
I know what everyone will say "No, but we arent the coaches we dont see these guys in practice and we dont analyze the film as much yada yada yada"
I know...I just would rather see Brown and Wilson get more touches. Kind of like how 5 years ago I was super hyped on Bradshaw and couldnt wait to see him get more touches.
Its just a natural cycle and we should start it sooner than later the way our running game has been going...
"Bradshaw played 58 of the 68 offensive snaps. Brown was in on just nine and had five carries for 14 yards.".................so much for "They are both going to get equal snaps theory"
Sometimes the Giants coaches really want to make you pull your hair out.........they had all kinds of machinations about how Cruz was not ready for prime time too..........they had to be bludgeoned and dragged to starting Cruz by relentless injuries