Ahmad Bradshaw was held out practice on Wednesday: Fantasy Implications

Nick Laham

New York Giants RB Ahmad Bradshaw did not practice on Wednesday. We breakdown the fantasy implications.

New York Giants RB Ahmad Bradshaw did not practice on Wednesday, via Jenny Vrentas. The veteran running back was listed on the team's injury report with neck and ankle ailments.

Despite being held out, Bradshaw should be good to go this weekend when the Giants take on the New Orleans Saints.

Fantasy Analysis: The Giants' tailback has been the workhorse back when healthy. He has not been 100-percent this season, but he's fought through injuries when possible.

Considering Bradshaw's production this season, he will be a must-start in Week 14 versus the Saints. Monitor his status on Thursday and Friday, but pending any setbacks, he should be a viable RB1 again this week. The Saints have a questionable defense at best, so the match-up is in Bradshaw's favor.

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