EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) - Playing with emotion makes Ahmad Bradshaw one of the NFL's toughest running backs. Putting them on display on Sunday came close to getting the New York Giants veteran in big trouble with coach Tom Coughlin.
An angry and frustrated Bradshaw slapped Victor Cruz in the back of the helmet after the receiver missed a block on a third-quarter run, and then screamed at his 66-year-old coach minutes later to run the ball more as the offense went on the field following a Redskins' turnover.
Coughlin addressed the issue Monday with his No. 1 running back, and added he would like all his players to play with Bradshaw's intensity. Bradshaw blamed his blowup on his emotions and wanting the team to play better in the 27-23 win.
MST: The cars lining up to compete in this weekend’s Monaco GP and Indy 500 may appear the same. However, even the smallest Formula One teams run on budgets around five times those of their leading IndyCar counterparts.
Mario Isola, the Pirelli racing manager, breaks down the four factors used in deciding which tires will be used for each race: tarmac roughness, circuit layout, weather conditions and past experience. Based on those factors, soft and supersoft tires will be used in Monaco. (NBC Sports)