I guess a dominating 5-0 record to open the season isnÆt enough anymore. Despite the Giants leading for a staggering 83.6% of the season, the incessant need for criticism has locked in on Brandon Jacobs and his meager 3.6 yards per carry through the first five games. It started in week 3 when Tony Siragusa took time to digress from the Giants demolition of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to repeatedly mention Brandon Jacobs was not himself. He then explained that Jacobs has to learn how to harness his rare power and speed, a comment to which the likes of Rodney Harrison and LaRon Landry rolled their eyes in response. Jacobs ran well the next week against the Kansas City Chiefs, but failed to compile 100 yards in 21 carries. Meanwhile, Bradshaw ran for 64 yards on twelve carries, running around a ...
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