Ahmad Bradshaw: A+
Bradshaw was top-notch Sunday, muscling his way to a 13-yard touchdown and finishing with nearly six yards a carry.
Despite being held from practice all week with a foot injury, Bradshaw was shifty and hit holes hard. He did a good job picking up blitzes and kept New York's offense balanced.
Bradshaw set the tone of the game early with a 59-yard screen scamper in the Giants' first drive.
Andre Brown: A
Brown's two-yard touchdown dive put New York on the board in the first quarter. He took a team-high 16 carries for 64 yards, a 4.9 yard-per-touch average. Brown hit the second level consistently and continues to be reliable in short-yardage situations.
Henry Hynoski: A
Despite being blown up on an inside run in the first half, Hynoski had a big game, paving the way for New York's balanced running game. It's been a standout season for the second-year fullback.
Moreover, Hynoski found open space in the flat in the game's first series. An Eli Manning underthrow prevented the "Hynoceros" from notching his first touchdown.
David Wilson: D
Wilson took six late-game carries for just 13 yards, and didn't show off the acceleration he's capable of.