• Flipped out: Giants' Wilson done with backflips

    Summary of 6 articles · Updated Dec 14, 2012
    David Wilson has been doing backflips since he was 3 years old, but he won’t be doing any more of them on the football field. Frankly, Wilson’s been doing backflips since he was 3 years old, and it seems like far more has been made of this than should be. Wilson's backflips became a national story after his breakout game against the Saints. NO MORE BACKFLIPS FOR WILSON The Giants will replace Bradshaw with rookie David Wilson, who captivated the NFL last Sunday by scoring three touchdowns against the Saints including one on a 97-yard kickoff return and Wilson must be ready for the next few weeks; Tom Coughlin said Bradshaw’s injury could be a “week-to-week” issue. That’s where the Giants are right now. But with the Giants already missing two running backs Ahmad Bradshaw will not travel to Atlanta because of a sprained knee, and Andre Brown is done for the season with a broken leg Wilson said he understands his team’s concerns. The thought of doing a back flip to celebrate a touchdown is just not something that would occur to Coughlin, a man that considers being five minutes early for a meeting being late.
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    Source: nytimes.com

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