Ahmad Bradshaw racks up over 100 total yards against Green Bay

Nick Laham

Ahmad Bradshaw had a quality day rushing and receiving against a soft Green Bay Packers defense on Sunday Night Football.

New York Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw turned in a productive first half on Sunday night against the Green Bay Packers before conceding carries to his backups in the team's blowout 38-10 victory.

Bradshaw had 10 carries for 58 yards and a touchdown. He added two catches for 61 yards for a healthy dose of fantasy points.

Fantasy Impact: When healthy, Ahmad Bradshaw is an every-week fantasy football starter at running back. Bradshaw is clearly healthy right now and producing at a very high level.

In the next three weeks, Bradshaw faces three friendly defenses. The Giants will play the Redskins, the Saints and the Falcons, all of which have shortcomings on the defensive side of the football. If he stays healthy, Bradshaw should be in good shape.

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