Ahmad Bradshaw appeared in the Monday Night Football Special and showed the world what he had in terms of playing talent.
Monday Night Football was quite an exquisite time for many past members of the Giants team. One of them was Xavier Grimble. As for Ahmad Bradshaw, he achieved a double touchdown which was quite an achievement.
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Coming back to Grimble, he signed a contract with the 49ers squad. He was now an official part of the Giants and he has already spent half a year with them.
According to NJ, "The former USC tight end was acquired by the Giants as a priority free agent after the draft. He spent the spring and summer with the team.
"Grimble was supposed to be part of the tight end competition at training camp, but never really was involved."
Because Grimble incurred a leg injury and ended up out of practice. He was sent packing by the team due to his non-playing status. Now, it was Bradshaw’s turn to show them what he had in the way of chutzpah and sheer guts.
While he had a deal with the Colts, he made a comeback in the offseason. Ahmad Bradshaw achieved two touchdowns. Bradshaw made it big in response to the challenges offered by the Giants.
Another ex-Giants player, Hakeem Nicks never made it to the level that Bradshaw did. Well, not everyone has the genes or environmental training to be a true champion.
Ahmad Bradshaw had a previous record of three touchdowns in a row when he appeared for the face-off against the Eagles on Monday night. However, he left behind a two touchdown mark of his ability which was not up to the mark as far as his previous record is concerned.
Yet, it was not a bad show of talent either. The man has something in him and it is called insuperable drive and boundless energy. The scoring that Bradshaw took part in in the game was something which was achieved piecemeal.
Provided that Ahmad avoids incurring any injuries or major losses this season, he will be a crowd favorite and highly competent player on the scene. The rest is his sheer luck and serendipity.
At least they are the two factors that might see Ahmad Bradshaw make it beyond the usual one-hit wonders and earn himself a name in the football Hall of Fame.