Giants RB Rashad Jennings carried the ball 11 times for only 26 yards, and caught three receptions for 13 yards, in New York's 28-23 victory over the Eagles on Sunday.
Jennings failed to gain more than 2.5 yards per carry for the fourth straight game, and has not had a rush of more than seven yards since the season opener against the Cowboys.
The veteran running back wound up splitting carries evenly with rookie RB Paul Perkins, who also struggled to find much running space, gaining 32 yards on 11 carries and catching three passes for 15 yards. Perkins has seen his touches increase over the last few weeks, and received a career-high 14 touches on Sunday.
Appearing in five games this year, Jennings has carried the ball 64 times for 168 yards, good for 2.6 yards per carry, to go with one touchdown. The 31-year old back has added 12 receptions for 73 yards.
Jennings missed three games earlier in the season due to a thumb injury.