David Wilson's fumbling issues are a thing of the past, still a fantasy buy-low guy

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Tom Coughlin dismissed David Wilson's fumbling. We break down the fantasy implications.

Giants head coach Tom Coughlin said that running back DHavid Wilson's fumbling issues were "careless."

The back lost two fumbles on Sunday in a tough divisional loss to the Cowboy's on Sunday Night Football.

Fantasy impact: Chances are you were pleased with taking David Wilson in the third round of drafts, but that may have changed quickly. He was one of the most disappointing players in the NFL for Week 1 and he was benched in favor of an underwhelming Da'Rel Scott.

The Giants picked up Brandon Jacobs as an emergency player for them, but it still looks like David Wilson is going to be the main man in the backfield.

Wilson owners need to stay patient here. He should be able to rebound in due time, but this past week certainly didn't help his cause. He should be able to bounce back against a vulnerable D in Denver.

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