RB Wayne Gallman – STUD
With Devonta freeman knocked from the game with an ankle injury, and Lewis kicking the ball all over the turf, Gallman emerged as a steadying presence in the running game in the second half.
Gallman finished with 34 yards and a touchdown on 10 carries, including a 14-yard scamper.
However, Gallman’s biggest contributions came on the Giants’ 97-yard march down the field where he caught two passes for 17 yards that helped keep the chains and the momentum moving for the Giants.
If Freeman is forced to miss any time, beginning in 11 days against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Monday Night Football on Nov. 2, it will likely be Gallman at the top of the depth chart after his strong performance against the Eagles.