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    Brandon Jacobs visits Giants locker room after game.

    http://49ers.pressdemocrat.com/2012/...om-after-game/

    seems like he misses the team, sucks he couldn't have stayed.

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    Jacobs still has plenty of friends on the team. And I would bet he misses playing with the guys. We have to assume Jacobs worked his butt off to be able to play for this game. And to be on the inactive list must have really hit him hard.
    I miss the big guy, great Giant. But we have some young guys and we are moving on.

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    he was probably a little happy on the inside seeing the giants kick ***

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    They showed him watching bradshaw running hard. You can almost see him thinking "Thats my bro! Get it!" Jacobs is a Giant for life. A very unique RB and an extreme hate for the Cowboys
    "It wasnt Eli's fault he threw that interception"

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheAnalyst View Post
    They showed him watching bradshaw running hard. You can almost see him thinking "Thats my bro! Get it!" Jacobs is a Giant for life. A very unique RB and an extreme hate for the Cowboys
    You know, to be honest, part of the reason why I thought Bradshaw was washed out (prior to breaking out vs the Browns and serving me 200 yards of crow) was because I thought Bradshaw and Jacobs were joined at the hip psychologically, and losing Jacobs would feel like Bradshaw lost an extension of himself. They were a true tandem that had complementary running styles. I'm glad for the sake of the team that Bradshaw was able to move on without Jacobs, but I really do feel sad for the big guy...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toadofsteel View Post
    You know, to be honest, part of the reason why I thought Bradshaw was washed out (prior to breaking out vs the Browns and serving me 200 yards of crow) was because I thought Bradshaw and Jacobs were joined at the hip psychologically, and losing Jacobs would feel like Bradshaw lost an extension of himself. They were a true tandem that had complementary running styles. I'm glad for the sake of the team that Bradshaw was able to move on without Jacobs, but I really do feel sad for the big guy...
    i agree they always seemed to feed off one another in games, but Ahmad just has too much talent to nose dive with out him

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    Quote Originally Posted by G-MEN2007XLII View Post
    i agree they always seemed to feed off one another in games, but Ahmad just has too much talent to nose dive with out him
    I guess so, and like I said, 200 yards of crow to work on. At week 3 I was thinking Bradshaw would be on the back burner and Brown/Wilson would emerge as a new Jacobs/Bradshaw...

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    As a Giants fan, I will always be grateful to BJ for helping the team win 2 SBs during his time with the team & once a Giant, always a Giant. But Wilson is a beast & we made the right move in letting him go. Wish him the best the rest of his career.

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