Ahmad Bradshaw leads the Giants in rushing. He also claims to lead the team in "Call of Duty" kills (although those stats are a little tougher to verify).
"I've actually put a lot of my teammates on the game," Bradshaw tells me as I get him on the phone to talk about his "Call of Duty" habits. "I got Brandon Jacobs into the game last year and he started getting online really heavy. I just love 'Call of Duty' so much, I spread the word to my teammates."
In fact, Bradshaw plays "Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2" so much, he doesn't waste any precious trigger-time on other games.
Says Bradshaw: "When 'Madden 11' first came out, I played it a couple of times. 'NBA 2K11' came out and I tried it once. But no matter what new game comes out, I just go right back to playing 'Call of Duty.' The only thing that will get me off 'Modern Warfare' is when 'Black Ops' comes out. I'll be glued to my PlayStation."
And Bradshaw won't have to wait long, as "Call of Duty: Black Ops" hits stores Nov. 9.
"I'm heading out to go get Google TV right now," he says, "that way I'll have my whole setup ready when the game comes out. I can't wait."
I ask Bradshaw if he's a tech geek, and while he doesn't want to admit to anything that refers to himself and geek in the same sentence, he then confesses that when it comes to technology, he loves to be able to go out and buy the latest gadgets, whether it's an iPad (has it) or Google TV (probably bought one over the weekend).
But his favorite piece of tech? No doubt it's his PlayStation 3. "I've always been a PlayStation guy, but I have a 360 too. You have to be able to maneuver on both," Bradshaw explains.