Ahmad Bradshaw practices for Giants: Fantasy implications

John Grieshop

New York Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw (foot/neck) practiced on Monday. We break down the fantasy implications.

New York Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw practiced on Monday as the team returned from its bye week. Bradshaw had been listed as questionable heading into the team's Week 10 game because of a foot injury. Bradshaw later needed X-rays on his neck because of a hit taken during the loss to the Cincinnati Bengals.

Bradshaw missed time earlier this season because of a neck injury suffered in Week 2. The Giants face the Green Bay Packers in Week 12.

Fantasy Impact: The bye week came at a good time for Bradshaw, who has had some nagging injuries this season. There have been stretches where he's carried a heavy load for the Giants but he has starter to lose chances near the end zone to Andre Brown.

Bradshaw remains a No. 2 fantasy back, while Brown has emerged as a flex play in some deeper leagues because of his potential for short-range touchdowns.

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