Why David Wilson Is Key to the New York Giants’ 2013 Season

July 20, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

With training camp just around the corner, I think it's worth taking a look at the New York Giants' roster and seeing which single player will be the most crucial to the team's success in the 2013 season.
Look for running back David Wilson, a 22-year-old out of Virginia Tech who was taken with the last pick of the first round in 2012, to be that player.
Wilson had a decent rookie season, compiling 358 yards on 71 attempts and averaging five yards per carry. He also collected four touchdowns and was very effective on special teams in the kick return game.
Now, with last year's starting RB Ahmad Bradshaw playing signing with the Indianapolis Colts, the Giants' starting running back competition is open, and apparently it's between Wilson and last year's backup Andre Brown. However, despite the competition, it appears to be Wilson's job to lose.
I'm here to tell you that Wilson will be the key to a successful Giants' 2013 season. 
Let me proceed and expla...

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