Ahmad Bradshaw misses Wednesday practice, is fantasy status in trouble?

Nick Laham

New York's starting running back sat out with a foot injury. We break down the fantasy implications.

Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw (foot) sat out practice on Wednesday as New York continues to limit his reps during the week. The injury or missed practice shouldn't effect his ability to start and get the bulk of the load on Sunday against the Bengals.

Bradshaw has 618 yards rushing, 108 yards receiving in eight games. Andre Brown got in a full practice on Wednesday and should figure into the game plan.

Fantasy Take: Even with Brown stealing his goal-line carries (6 TD for Brown, 4 for Bradshaw) the Giants' star back should be a good play in Week 10. The Giants rank 17th against the run in total yardage, but 25th in rushing touchdowns allowed and Football Outsiders ranks Cincinnati as the #26 run defense. They are also 26th against running backs in the passing game, which should allow Bradshaw opportunities to gain yardage through the air.

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