Devonta Freeman becomes Giants’ first 100-yard rusher this season
Devonta Freeman finally got up to speed in the playbook and on the field last Sunday, clearly emerging as the Giants’ bell-cow, playing 54 percent of the offensive snaps while logging 17 carries for 60 yards.
Finally, someone not named Daniel Jones led the Giants in rushing.
Expect Freeman’s role to expand even further Sunday, especially against a Washington defense that is allowing opponents an average of 129.6 rushing yards per game. Washington has already given up two 100-yard rushing performances in five weeks.
Freeman has a real chance to be the third, especially if Jones and the aerial attack once again struggle to consistently hit downfield. Speaking of …