Ahmad Bradshaw practicing, should be ready for fantasy owners in Week 12

John Grieshop

New York Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw (foot/neck) participated in practice on Friday. We break down the fantasy implications.

New York Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw participated in practice on Friday and should play on Sunday against the Green Bay Packers. Bradshaw has been slowed at times this season by neck and foot injuries and has regularly not practiced early in the week. Bradshaw is listed as probable.

Bradshaw hasn't scored a touchdown since Week 7 and has been held under 80 yards in his last four games. Andre Brown, who started in place of Bradshaw in Week 3, has started getting carries close to the end zone in recent weeks.

Fantasy Impact: Bradshaw has not had a big fantasy week in a while but he remains a viable option at running back. Fantasy owners should fully expect to have Bradshaw available against Green Bay and will just have to hope he gets into the end zone before Brown vultures a touchdown.

Bradshaw should be considered a strong No. 2 fantasy option at running back in Week 12.

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