The New York Giants took a 17-7 lead over the New York Giants after an Ahmad Bradshaw rushing touchdown late in the third quarter. Bradshaw ran it into the end zone from 14 yards out, but the score was just a nice addition to a run marked by Bradshaw pounding through a Jets defender.
After breaking through a mass of bodies at the line of scrimmage, Bradshaw found himself one-on-one with Jets safety Brodney Pool. Like any good running back should, he lowered his shoulder and trucked Pool. It was all daylight from there to the goal line, something Bradshaw underscored by sticking the ball out into the air as he finished off the run.
The Giants added a field goal in the fourth quarter to give them a 20-7 lead over the Jets and keep their playoff hopes alive as the regular season draws to a close.
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