Giants Vs. Rams: Brandon Jacobs Steals Ahmad Bradshaw's Touchdown

Things are getting a little too easy for the New York Giants, who extended their lead to 28-9 following a nine-yard touchdown run by Brandon Jacobs. The Rams are doing their best to answer every time the Giants score, but so far they're settling for field goals while the Giants are going all the way.

In any case, Ahmad Bradshaw did most of the damage on New York's 10-play, 81-yard scoring drive. He was essentially stuffed on a couple of runs, but he caught two passes for a combined 30 yards. The last one put the ball on the nine-yard line, at which point Jacobs entered the game and vultured the TD.

All is not lost for Bradshaw's fantasy owners: he's just five total yards shy of the century mark (50 rushing, 45 receiving). Jacobs, meanwhile, has 31 yards on seven carries.  


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For more on this game, check out our Giants blog Big Blue View and our Rams blog Turf Show Times. To catch up on NFL Week 2's action, visit our StoryStream.

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