Hurricane Sandy has devastated the Tri-State
area, with the recent days leaving many picking up the pieces and trying to regain some normalcy in
their lives. What better way to do that than at a football game?
In the eyes of
running back Ahmad Bradshaw, the Giants have the opportunity to help the area recover in the coming weeks. Bradshaw told the Newark Star-Ledger that the team can "spark New York."
"Just what we do, what we've done," Bradshaw said. "I think we can also help everybody in New York and New Jersey that's going through this."
Entering Sunday's game against the Steelers, the G-Men were winners of their last four games and were riding high. Despite a loss to the Steelers on Sunday, they're still hopeful that football can be a bright spot in a struggling New York.
"We need to get everybody through this storm, this weather and everything
else, get through this month and get back to normal. Hopefully, our
wins and our success helps," Bradshaw said.
While New York fell short Sunday, the Giants have an opportunity to get back in the win column and give their fans something to think positively about on Nov. 11, when they travel to Cincinnati to take on the Bengals.