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Why Brandon Jacobs’ Reign As A Giants Starter Should be Over

Why Brandon Jacobs’ Reign As A Giants Starter Should be Over

After back to back 1,000 yard seasons in 2007 and 2008, the New York Giants felt obligated to pay Brandon Jacobs handsomely;  $25 million over four years, to be exact.

The Giants were impressed by Jacobs’s productivity, if not his durability.  After the retirement of Tiki Barber, Jacobs was given the majority of the carries.  He played only 11 games in 2007 and 13 games in 2008, yet still managed to break the 1,000 yard mark in each year. In 2008, the Giants had the best rushing attack in the NFL and Jacobs scored a career-high 15 touchdowns. 

The numbers were there, but so were the intangibles.  At 6’4 265 lbs, Jacobs was one of the most feared runners in the game.  When he broke into the open field and gained speed, no one wanted to stand in his way.  Just ask LaRon Landry of the Redskins.  The only way a team could stop Jacobs would be to gang tackle him; one defender would not be enough.  In those two previously mentioned phenomenal years, Jacobs averaged five yards per carry.  Theoretically, the Giants should have given the ball to the former So. Illinois Saluki every offensive play.

After his pay-day prior to the 2009 season, something happened to Jacobs that prevented him from being the player that struck fear in so many of the NFL’s defensive players.  Less people were being “trucked.”  Individual Cowboys, Eagles, and Redskins were bringing down Jacobs on their own.

The numbers provide evidence of his demise. In 15 games in 2009, the most he played in as a starter, Jacobs failed to reach the 1,000 yard mark.  He averaged only 3.7 yards per carry, his lowest output since his rookie season and managed only five touchdowns.  Worse, Jacobs was getting stopped consistently on third and short.  He had the lowest number of first downs (43) since he was named a starter in 2007.

Many people blame the hard hits that Jacobs took during his first two years as a starter and during his second year, when he was basically used solely as a 3rd and 1 battering ram.  Others say that Jacobs sustained an injury early in the season and played through it because he was told it wouldn’t get worse.  Naturally, there are the critics who believe that Jacobs is simply not as motivated after he put the guaranteed $13 million in his bank account.

If I were Tom Coughlin, I wouldn’t waste a second trying to figure out what’s wrong with Jacobs.

My reasoning: Ahmad Bradshaw.

Bradshaw was the Giants’ 7th round choice in the now famous 2007 NFL draft.  He wasn’t expected to make the team, let alone make an impact.  Since his rookie campaign, Bradshaw has done nothing but produce.  That year, Bradshaw was a late season discovery, only carrying the ball 23 times, but for an average of 8.3 yards per carry.  This included an 88 yard game-clinching touchdown burst against the Bills that officially sent the Giants to the playoffs.  It’s feasible to say that without Bradshaw, the Giants wouldn’t have won the Super Bowl.

In 2008, Bradshaw was beat out in camp by Derrick Ward for the backup spot to Jacobs.  Both Jacobs and Ward rushed for 1,000 yards, taking away publicity from the fact that Bradshaw averaged over five yards per carry when he was called upon.

Last season, as Jacobs primary backup, Bradshaw rushed for a career high 778 yards and seven touchdowns while averaging almost five yards per carry.  He had more touchdowns and first downs than Jacobs did, even though he carried the ball 61 fewer times.  It is also important to mention that Bradshaw was battling injuries last season as well.  He had surgery on both feet and on his right ankle this past offseason.

For a whole year, Bradshaw has outperformed Brandon Jacobs.  Currently, he is outperforming Jacobs.  There is no doubt in my mind that Bradshaw would be my starter in the season opener against the Carolina Panthers.

Last season and in 2007, the Giants rushing plan was to beat the opponent down with Jacobs all game, and then have them chase the feisty and fresh Bradshaw in the fourth quarter.

Last year especially, this plan did not work.

I like this plan better:  Have Ahmad Bradshaw start and get the majority of the carries for the first three quarters.  Bradshaw is a guy who always fights for extra yards, and who rarely gets tackled by one player.  He is a free agent next season, and I’m sure he will be as motivated as ever to wreak havoc on all of the Giants opponents.  Then, in the fourth quarter, have a fresh and fierce Jacobs come into the game to take the bulk of the carries, or at the very least, convert on third and short.  The last thing a middle linebacker wants to do in the fourth quarter is tackle a 265-pound running back.

Regardless of what the plan is, the NFL is a performance business.  Jacobs has clearly been outperformed over the past year and has done nothing in camp this year, or in the preseason to show that he has regained his prior form.

It’s time for Coach Coughlin to give the starting spot to the man who has earned it.

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  1. Brian Saa Aug 24 20108:06 pm

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    Totally agree – Bradshaw’s the better of the two backs at this point and deserves to start. Seattle is frustrating me as well – Justin Forsett is the most talented back on that team and Julius Jones (and now Leon Washington too) are taking too many carries away from him.

  2. Brian Moore Aug 25 20108:56 am

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    I think you’re sugarcoating it some but do hope to agree that Bradshaw is the starter. Getting excited over Bradshaw averaging five per carry while the other two each had 1000 yards kind of minimizes the fact that the Giants run game was phenomenal that year-two 1000 yard rushers is rare.
    Coughlin and Gilbride have employed at least two runners for years. Coughlin used to have Stacey Mack as his rough bruising runner in Jacksonville.
    Jacobs is 265 pounds (on a good day) and relatively fast and thus extremely difficult to take down without getting a bruise. It weighs on a defense and wears them down.
    Bradshaw rarely played before the fourth quarter until last year. Ward was a big back too for the Giants. By the time a defense had dealt with the two big boys, a fresh energized little bugger like Bradshaw was just brutal for a defense to see come into the game.
    As a starter, Bradshaw won’t be afforded that luxury so it remains to be seen how he will handle it and how the defenses will.
    Coughlin and Gilbride use their RBs in roles and it’s important to note that.
    Jacobs had 15 3rd down carries, 12 of which were on 3rd and 1. That kind of minimizes your point about him not being successful on 3rd down so often especially having a low average. Of his 3rd and 1 carries, he averaged .91 yards which is very effective for that spot in the game.
    Years ago, Bradshaw was too “wet behind the ears” and would have had to beat Ward out as a 7th round rookie. That just wasn’t happening. As you indicated later, it took a while for him to adjust to the NFL and didn’t do especially well until the playoffs that year.
    The Giants also drafted Andre Brown last year and due to injury, this is almost his rookie year. He was their leading rusher in a recent game.
    Gilbride likes to use several backs. Bradshaw is likely to start, but I highly doubt he gets a traditional number of carries in Gilbride’s system.

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