New York Giants: Why Expectations Must Be High for Rookie RB David Wilson

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New York Giants: Why Expectations Must Be High for Rookie RB David Wilson
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With training camp set to start a week from tomorrow, the Giants will soon be getting the chance to defend a Super Bowl title for the second time in five seasons. With a number of key veterans returning from injury and some exciting rookies, the Giants have to feel good about their squad for the upcoming season.

One of those rookies is first-round pick David Wilson, a running back out of Virginia Tech. Wilson was drafted in the hopes that he could help revive a running game that ranked dead last in the NFL, averaging just 89.2 yards per game. 

While it would be nice to allow Wilson to adjust to the NFL at his own pace and hope that he could become the number one running back someday, the Giants don't have time for that.

Here are some reasons why expectations are going to be high for Wilson coming into this season.

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