Crying David Wilson To Get Workload

September 13th, 2012

Giants offensive lineman David Diehl claims that Big Blue’s first round draft pick, running back crying David Wilson, is now out of headmaster Tom Coughlin’s doghouse and will get plenty of touches against the Bucs as explained in this SNY video.

7 Responses to “Crying David Wilson To Get Workload”

  1. Oahubuc Says:

    Give him something to cry about!

  2. Westcoastbucsfan Says:

    Wow, how bad did the Giants lose out ONE pick after the Bucs. Coughlin will be so upset when Wilson puts it on the ground TWICE and is benched while Doug Martin gets his first 100 yard game.

    GO Bucs!

  3. Westcoastbucsfan Says:

    I love that nickname by the way, Crying David Wilson. (Talk about soft!)

  4. Big Picture Guy Says:

    McCoy, David and Barron are gunna make him wish he’d had been careful what he wished for! I can’t wait to see what the defensive game plan is this week, now that we have real coordinators and talent on defense…

  5. Chris@Apple Roof Cleaning Says:

    The Giants really wanted Doug Martin, and are gonna get to watch them run all over them. The Giants are a sucker in waiting for a good draw play or a screen pass to Martin. They sell out completely to get to the passer sometimes, and we can burn them pretty badly.

  6. Lion Says:

    It’s truly amazing how big of a difference the #31 and #32 pick of the draft was. Dom and Schiano robbed the Giants on that one.

  7. Oahubuc Says:

    @Big Picture Guy: I heard that, brother. Not sure if it’s the weekend creeping up or being a complete homer, but I just became really optomistic about Freeman in this game. The cat is going to have plenty of opportunities to run for his life and make things happen on the fly (which we know he can be good at), or drop back and get some passes away (which he could stand to work on). “Freeman… rolling left…..” from Deckerhoff has ended up well many times, and we’re going to hear it plenty. He may just have a pretty sweet game.

 
 

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