Here is some news that's not new: Giants RB Ahmad Bradshaw is injured. But his feet don't appear to be the main issue this time. According to ESPN's Chris Mortensen, Bradshaw suffered a neck injury during the third quarter of Sunday's loss to the Bengals. The Giants have yet to disclose the nature of the injury, but X-rays on Bradshaw's neck came back negative. Head coach Tom Coughlin did say on Monday that Bradshaw will "probably have every test known to man here in the next couple of days."
The Giants are on bye in Week 11, so Bradshaw will have some time to heal up. However, with the Giants struggling to run the ball effectively over the past month, Andre Brown stealing all possible goal-line carries, and Bradshaw's numerous injury concerns, he has dropped down into the low-end RB2 range. Although most of Brown's production came when the winner had already been decided Sunday, he has scored in four consecutive weeks and should be added in all 12-team leagues.