When Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw left Sunday's game during the second quarter due to a neck injury, it was Andre Brown and not first-rounder David Wilson who got the majority of the carries. Of course, it's hard to get any sort of work when you play as sparingly as Wilson did. Specifically, Wilson was on the field for six offensive snaps in the win over Tampa Bay. He got one carry after Bradshaw got hurt. In all, Wilson rushed three times for 6 yards while Brown rushed 13 times for 71 yards and a touchdown.
There has been no confirmation on what is wrong with Bradshaw's neck, although New York Daily News' Ralph Vacchiano tweeted earlier today that the "early word" is Bradshaw has a sprain. With the Giants' next game just three days away, I would consider him doubtful. Meanwhile, go pick up Brown since he figures to get most of the carries in his absence. Wilson did most of his work Sunday on kick returns and apparently remains in Tom Coughlin's doghouse.