The Skins hosted Jamaal Charles and Orleans Darkwa on Sunday and are looking to add running backs with all the injuries they are suffering, including to Perine and Marshall, who are dealing with ankle issues.
"Every player has a role," McAdoo said. "They play their role going into game. If somebody gets hot, we'll ride him."
"We have very capable backs we have a lot of confidence in," McAdoo said. "Perkins is obviously nicked up. He's a good back. We still believe in him, have a lot of confidence in him. You saw the energy that Gallman brought to the game. Orleans is a guy we can throw in and be a big, productive runner for us. And Shane [Vereen] is going to play his role."
Giants running backs have been a nightmare for fantasy owners this season, with Gallman's 11 carries and 42 rushing yards in Week 4 both being season highs. The team has averaged a putrid 59.2 rushing yards per game this season, and until the team sticks to just one running back, you'll want to avoid this backfield.
Rookie running back Wayne Gallman made an impressive regular season debut in the Giants' devastating 25-23 loss to the Buccaneers on Sunday. The fourth-round pick ran for 42 yards on 11 carries, and caught a 4-yard touchdown pass in the third quarter to put the Giants ahead at the time.
The story said injuries did play a role in Gallman seeing more opportunities. Darkwa didn't play because of a back injury and Perkins got hurt against the Bucs leaving Gallman as the main option. The author also went on to say he doesn't think Gallman's presence was a one-time thing.