David Wilson: A
Wilson excelled in his first season as a Giant, averaging a healthy 5.0 yards per carry and totaling five touchdowns (four rushing). Wilson's first score came against the Cleveland Browns back in Week 5, and he set club records for all-purpose yardage against the Saints in Week 14.
Wilson's speed is electrifying, his playmaking ability worthy of building an offense around. While New York was just a pick away from standout tailback Doug Martin back in April's draft, you can't complain about what Wilson was able to do in 2012.
Giants fans should expect plenty more celebratory end-zone backflips.
Andre Brown: A
Brown was huge in his fifteen minutes of football fame, filling in for the injured Ahmad Bradshaw early in the season. Brown went from a practice squad body to the star of the backfield in a New York minute, and flashed an impressive mix of speed and power on interior runs.
Before ending the season on injured reserve, Brown compiled a team-high eight rushing touchdowns, and averaged 5.3 yards per carry.
Henry Hynoski: A
The "Hynocerous" was huge in setting up edge runs all year, and he earned his first touchdown against the Eagles last week. Hynoski shows some serious promise as a second-year fullback.
Ahmad Bradshaw: A-
Bradshaw's far from dispensable as the team's starting back, but his 4.6 yards per carry average, struggles in pass-blocking and consistent injury risk knock him to a lower grade here.
Battling knee issues all season, Bradshaw's shining moment was against the Browns, when he picked up an even 200 rushing yards.