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Rashad Jennings wants to be a "workhorse"
The Giants running back spoke with the media Thursday, openly asking what the "hot hand looks like." Jennings has been able to get in a groove this year, as he's averaging just 3.7 yards per carry this season -- third on the team ahead of only Andre Williams. Jennings hasn't been able to play the style he believes fits his best skill set, but is willing to do whatever he can to help Big Blue win.
"I’m built to be a workhorse,’’ Jennings said.
Is there a workhorse on the Giants?
"Nah,’’ Jennings said. "You just got to keep chipping away and find a ways to bring your skill with inside the system we have right now.’’
Jennings, like most running backs, wants to set up a defense, using carries early in games to find openings later. "Keep setting up a chess match where you know what you’re doing,’’ he said.
Has he been able to play out that chess match this season?
"I have not been able to play my game this year,’’ Jennings said. "I haven’t had that opportunity, I would say, during a game, but it’s not about me, it’s about this team. My concern is how in the world can we win.’’
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ESPN analyst Mark Schlereth called the NFC East "pretty much garbage."
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