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    I'm praying for Bradshaw to be ready next week.

    I honestly couldn't stand another week of Lumpkin.

    I'm writing Wilson off for the rest of the year. Apparently Gilbride doesn't like him, so that's that.

    Get well soon, Ahmad....we need you back.
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    What they need is to ride Wilson, 46 yards on 8 touches in the first quarter, and only 4 touches in the remaining 3 quarters, they would rather run Lumpkin on a draw play, and he fumbles

    Wilson had one toss that went for big yards, the rest were inside tackle and draws, play to his strength, create some plays that utilize Wilson potential and talent,

    it's almost like they set him up to fail, so they can say 'We Told You So'


    Wilson didn't give up a sack, seemed to know his assignments, and whilst got trucked on the first block, he got there and knew his assignments, Brown gave up the only sack in the Carolina game, and Bradshaw has missed many protections the last couple of games,

    Bradshaw is average, always has and always will be, on top of the fact he is injured, his knee and feet wont hold up much longer

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    Wilson is a below average nfl back. He's got straight line speed. No vision, no moves in hole = failure in the league against elite teams. Wilson is a career 3-4 yard back in the league. Bradshaw is a career 4.5-5yds a carry despite having the same run plays every year. The system hasn't changed over Ahmad's tenure, but he still produces. Wilson couldn't hold Bradshaw's jock.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheShouldersOf View Post
    What they need is to ride Wilson, 46 yards on 8 touches in the first quarter, and only 4 touches in the remaining 3 quarters, they would rather run Lumpkin on a draw play, and he fumbles

    Wilson had one toss that went for big yards, the rest were inside tackle and draws, play to his strength, create some plays that utilize Wilson potential and talent,

    it's almost like they set him up to fail, so they can say 'We Told You So'


    Wilson didn't give up a sack, seemed to know his assignments, and whilst got trucked on the first block, he got there and knew his assignments, Brown gave up the only sack in the Carolina game, and Bradshaw has missed many protections the last couple of games,
    OMG this. 5.8 YPC and you get yoinked for a guy off the street. TC and Killdrive have an allergy to youth...

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    30yds on 11 carries against a terrible run D. Below 3 a carry. He is a straight line/one cut runner. He's not a complete back right now. Ahmad is one of the best all around backs in the NFL.

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    having a favourite players is one thing, and i don't fault people for that,

    but reality is reality, Bradshaw is average and will remain average, has never been that 'Elite' Back, Wilson has that potential,

    saying Wilson has no Vision? No Power? and is only a Straight line back, that is just throwing out keywords to sound knowledgeable on a message board,

    have you ever played running Back? hell have you ever played football outside of backyard pick up games? or do you base knowledge on talking heads?

    Wilson has potential, that the Giants are not developing by not giving him opportunities, and playing to his strengths, a between the tackle 'Power Runner' is overrated if you can get the blocking developed to fit the back,

    this is Wilson first season with very limited playing time, very limited,

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    Quote Originally Posted by 44#1 View Post
    30yds on 11 carries against a terrible run D. Below 3 a carry. He is a straight line/one cut runner. He's not a complete back right now. Ahmad is one of the best all around backs in the NFL.
    that is far far from the truth, and completely Biased, Bradshaw is not close to the best complete back in the NFL


    Wilson had 12 carries 55 yards 4.6 average

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    me too,but the fact is If bradshw was playing we would still lose

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    He's just not anything special. Got no moves in the hole. Kid couldn't rush for 30 yds on SF right now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 44#1 View Post
    He's just not anything special. Got no moves in the hole. Kid couldn't rush for 30 yds on SF right now.
    he's a good blocker, that's all you can say about him at this point.

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