Jennings looked sharp and broke free for a 23-yard run in the second quarter, his longest gain of the night. He got 13 first-half touches compared to zero for Andre Williams. The first unit only played the first two quarters, and Jennings finished with 13 carries for 67 yards, averaging 5.2 yards per attempt. He caught one of his three targets for 7 yards.
Jennings got the start and worked with the first-team offense for four drives. He took seven handoffs for 17 yards, averaging 2.4 yards per attempt. His longest run was an 8-yard dash on the third drive of the night.
Williams saw most of his work with the backups. He entered the game on the fourth drive with the first-team and took four handoffs for 14 yards on the ground. He finished the game with eight carries for 19 yards, averaging 2.4 yards per attempt. His longest run was also an 8-yard dash on the fourth drive of the night.
Jennings took a handoff 73 yards for a touchdown in the opening drive of the game. He had just one run of 70 yards or more last year. He finished with five carries for 85 yards and a touchdowns. He was held without a catch in the passing game.
Jennings has 108 rushing yards on 12 carries through two preseason games.
Jennings made his presence felt on the ground and in the aerial attack. He spent three series with the offense before he was pulled, along with the first team. He caught all three passes thrown his way for 20 yards. He also rushed for 23 yards on seven carries, averaging 3.3 yards per attempt.
The Giants will host the Steelers on Saturday.
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