Quincy Wilson's 128 yards against the Colts Friday night wasn't what earned him a roster spot. It was his effort on special teams.
Wilson, tied with the Giants' running back Brandon Jacobs, led the NFL this pre-season with 217 rushing yards. If he resembles Rudi Johnson it's because he models his game after him. It's why he's quickly being known as a "mini-Rudi"; some fans are comfortable with Wilson taking over at running back if Rudi would fall to injury.
Like Wilson, After Rashad Jeanty told his mom he made the team she "couldn't say anything, she was screaming so much," Jeanty said. "Probably (lasted) a good 30 seconds."
With the uncertainty of David Pollack's health (see: Chris Perry) and Thurman's four-game suspension, there's even a chance Jeanty could start Sunday.