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New York Post
How a heart-heart and a 345-pounder turned Giants’ run gamescene very long, but he was not far off when he said of the Giants: “The last y
New York Post / Posted 4 days ago
scene very long, but he was not far off when he said of the Giants: “The last you saw them run the ball was when they had Brandon Jacobs.’’ Ahmad Bradshaw ran for 1,015 yards in 2012, but Fluker’s point is well-taken. Since 2013, when Fluker... Read more
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New York Post
A Giants win streak? It will require a different formulascene very long, but he was not far off when he said of the Giants: “The last y
New York Post / Posted 5 days ago
scene very long, but he was not far off when he said of the Giants: “The last you saw them run the ball was when they had Brandon Jacobs.’’ Ahmad Bradshaw ran for 1,015 yards in 2012, but Fluker’s point is well-taken. Since 2013, when Fluker... Read more
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NBC Philadelphia
NFC East, Week 4: Eagles Take Commanding 1-game Lead Over Losersremoved from a Super Bowl. Eli is old, the genius coach doesn't seem so genius,
NBC Philadelphia / Posted 18 days ago
removed from a Super Bowl. Eli is old, the genius coach doesn't seem so genius, the running game hasn't been relevant since Brandon Jacobs retired, and the team's most interesting young player, while only in his fourth year, has been healthy for all... Read more
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The Palm Beach Post
FAU finding a more balanced running game under Lane Kiffinof the late 2000s New York Giants’ “Earth, Wind, & Fire” package. Howell’s abil
The Palm Beach Post / Posted 24 days ago
of the late 2000s New York Giants’ “Earth, Wind, & Fire” package. Howell’s ability to pound the ball is not unlike Brandon Jacobs, while Singletary has the speed and precision of Derrick Ward. Whyte, the third option that can contribute on... Read more
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NFL.com
Tarik Cohen calls Bears' RBs 'Thunder and Lightning'Muncie and Tony Galbreath owned the nickname for the New Orleans Saints in the
NFL.com / Posted 26 days ago
Muncie and Tony Galbreath owned the nickname for the New Orleans Saints in the late '70s. Mike Alstott and Warrick Dunn, Brandon Jacobs and Ahmad Bradshaw, Reggie Bush and LenDale White in college, are a few who briefly garnered the nickname... Read more

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