Brandon Jacobs Helmet
September 20, 2010 by staff
Brandon Jacobs Helmet, Brandon Jacobs New York broker apologized for unintentionally throwing his helmet into the stands in the third quarter Sunday night in the defeat of the Giants against the Indianapolis Colts.
Jacobs, who has lost his starting position to Ahmad Bradshaw, apparently tried to throw his helmet but instead climbed into the stands. Security personnel had to recover the hull of the fans, while Jacobs appeared to be explaining to head coach Tom Coughlin what happened.
“I was frustrated and went to lie on the floor, and was caught in my finger and went into (the platform),” he said. “I apologize for that. It was the frustration on my part.”
Jacobs had three carries for eight yards in the first half and had only one peak without yards in the third quarter. It was just one of many things that went wrong for the Giants in the 38-14 loss.
Coughlin said he saw the incident.
“From what I understand, he lost his composure and did something he should not have done, and if someone got hurt, then we all feel bad about that,” Coughlin said.
Jacobs played shortly after the incident, but Coughlin said it was because the Giants were behind and in the hurry-up mode. Coughlin also said the 6-foot-4, 264-pound Jacobs spent too much time running sideways.
“We’ve seen a lot of that, the east-west and those things,” Coughlin said. “Finding a place to go and get up. Get the north.”
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