Tag: football

Shut the Fuck Up

fans leaving met life stadium

This has been a trying season for Giants fans. The team is currently sitting at a dismal and depressing 2-9 while being crucified by the media and enduring ever-louder calls for the firing of both Pat Shurmur and Dave Gettlemen. Even worse is the endless coulda-woulda-shoulda cycle on Twitter about Eli Manning, Daniel Jones, Odell Beckham, Saquon Barkley, Tom Coughlin, John Mara, the draft, blah, blah, bullshit, blah-dy blah. OMG. SHUT THE FUCK UP.

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#GiantsDied

jenkins missed tackle
That is not a fucking tackle, Jenkins.

Well, fam, it’s time to throw in the towel on this version of Big Blue. I only watched three quarters of last night’s game (and apparently missed the SUPER shitty parts), but it’s clear that “they suck” does not even begin to describe the level of painful, pathetic and embarrassing disarray this team has fallen into. It’s so bad, they may even out-do the Jets in the current news cycle, and that’s saying something.

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Green Slime

kelechi osemele

The Jets have been a dumpster fire for years but managed to lower the bar further by cutting Kelechi Osemele last Saturday. Osemele has been suffering with a shoulder injury that he and his doctors say requires surgery. The Jets told him to play through it because they’re the fucking Jets. Osemele refused put his current and future health first and said no. He was fined for each day he didn’t practice, had the surgery and was then released.

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Dying in Cleveland

baker mayfield and odell beckham
They really do deserve each other.

We all remember the infamous quote. It came five months after the Giants suddenly reversed on their “we didn’t sign him to trade him” mantra and sent OBJ to the Browns in exchange for two picks and Jabrill Peppers. Everyone seemed to think the Giants got ripped off in the trade (not to mention being stuck with $16 million in dead cap), but the front office saw it as a way out of a toxic relationship that was going to be expensive regardless.

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