There's no denying that Brandon Jacobs isn't the big, scary guy who was feared around the NFL anymore. The 6'4", 264-pound running back has joined Manningham as a San Fransisco 49er.
In Jacobs' career, he has piled up 4,849 total yards with 56 touchdowns. In the 2011 regular season, Jacobs had 571 yards on 152 attempts. He was able to provide the Giants with seven rushing touchdowns and a receiving one as well.
In the 2011 postseason, Jacobs had 164 yards and a touchdown. While his numbers aren't anything to write home about, Jacobs has been a vocal, physical leader for this Giants ball club.
Ever since 2007, Jacobs' numbers have steadily declined. In the 2007-2008 season, Jacobs ran for 1,009 yards and four touchdowns. The next season, he was able to do a little better with 1,089 yards and 15 touchdowns.
In 2009 and 2010, Jacobs had 835 yards and 823 respectively. He added a combined 14 touchdowns in those two seasons, one shy from his single-season mark in 2008.
While Jacobs numbers and ability to run have been on the decline, his leadership on the New York Giants will be missed.