New York Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw has a sprained knee and is considered questionable for Week 15 after not practicing Wednesday. In Week 14, Bradshaw had to take a seat which allowed rookie David Wilson to explode with single-game team-record 327 all-purpose yards and two TDs. This sort of sprain is usually classified as a Grade 1 sprain. Head coach Tom Coughlin said, "I'm not going to rule him out of anything."
Given the Giants are still positioning themselves in the postseason, expect Bradshaw to gut it out to some extent in a timeshare with Wilson. The far more explosive Wilson is still green as evidenced by the Giants reluctance to use him until recently. Fantasy owners can think of Bradshaw and Wilson as fringe flex options. Bradshaw has been playing banged up all-season long, but keep in mind the 26-year-old only has one touchdown since Week 7. Wilson is the home-run hitter and if you prefer a high ceiling over predictable mediocrity, go with the rookie.