After recently being released by the New York Giants, Ahmad Bradshaw spoke out about the team's struggle to close out last season in an interview with NFL Network's "NFL AM." He attributed the team's collapse to a lack of chemistry and intensity.
“Everybody seemed to think the season would come together in one game," he said. "We didn’t have the chemistry we had the year before… We didn’t play together, take advantage of the opportunities we had…. Everyone thought the games would just be handed to us. It was a tough season.”
Collapses in the second half of the season are becoming a common thing for this Giants team. It was clear the team lacked the fire necessary to compete every Sunday. The coaching staff has to take some responsibility and find a way to motivate the team. Losing a player like Bradshaw, who was perhaps the most intense player on the team, will be hard on the team's morale next season.
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