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The Giants are 1-5 on the season, and Eli Manning is persona non grata in the locker room after an abysmal start to the season, following a terrible 2017 campaign that saw him get benched. Newly signed wide receiver and bleach enthusiast Odell Beckham Jr. has been leading the charge with calls to refurbish a stagnant offense that ranks No. 27 in the NFL averaging under 20 points per game. Despite this, Giants owner John Mara was most biting after the owners meetings when talking about his outspoken wideout:
It stands in stark contrast to his thoughts on Eli:
Earlier this month, the Giants fined Beckham for the ESPN interview where he implicitly blamed Eli for New York's struggles scoring the ball. Meanwhile, coach Pat Shurmur was busy explaining how much the Giants "believe in Eli Manning." Cough...white privilege...cough.
Beckham, even after the fine, remains unrepentant about the ESPN interview.