Ahmad Bradshaw is a scratch in Week 15: Fantasy Implications

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New York Giants RB Ahmad Bradshaw has been ruled out of Week 15. We breakdown the fantasy implications.

New York Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw has been ruled out of Sunday's game. The Giants No. 1 back has been battling injuries and will be sidelined with foot and knee ailments.

Bradshaw was questionable for most of the week, but it's now a certainty that David Wilson will get the start. The Giants may wind up missing #44 when they go on the road to face the conference-leading Atlanta Falcons at the Georgia Dome.

Fantasy Analysis: Bradshaw has not been the fantasy feature back we'd all like him to be. While he has had his good days, consistency has been an issue. Luckily, fantasy owners won't have to make that decision on Sunday.

This week, owners can roll the dice on speedy rookie tailback David Wilson. Wilson is expected to get the start, and should be a serviceable flex play in Week 15 against the Falcons.


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