Ahmad Bradshaw has gotten off to a slow start in 2011, but the New York Giants running back is at least finding the endzone on Sunday against the Buffalo Bills. Bradshaw has already scored three touchdowns, more than he had all season up to that point. The touchdowns have all been 1-yard runs, leading the way for his first 100-yard game of the season. Although he only got six second-half carries, he ended up rushing for 104 yards.
Bradshaw came into the game as one of the more disappointing running backs this season. He had scored just two touchdowns and had 286 yards rushing coming into this game.
Hand it to Fake Teams, though, as they predicted a breakout week for Bradshaw. They saw that Brandon Jacobs was likely to be out for the game and that Bradshaw would see the bulk of the carries, something that has paid particular dividends in short-yardage situations.