Odell Beckham Jr. Says He Doesn't Regret Calling Out Eli Manning's QB Woes
Odell Beckham Jr. threw his quarterback, Eli Manning, beneath the bus in an interview this previous week. Lil Wayne and Beckham have been interviewed by ESPN's Josina Anderson, and the proficient vast receiver did not appear too happy with Manning's play. "I do not know," Beckham answered when requested about quarterback points. "Like I stated, I really feel like he isn't going to get out the pocket. He's not -- we all know Eli's not working it. But is it a matter of time situation? Can he nonetheless throw it, yeah, however it's been fairly secure and it has been, you already know ... cool catching shallow [routes] and attempting to take it to the home. But I am, you already know, I wish to go excessive of any person." After the Giants' 33-31 loss to the Carolina Panthers, Beckham claimed he did not remorse his feedback.
As reported by ESPN, Beckham acknowledged, "I do not remorse something," after the loss. "I do not remorse something that I stated. If it took that for us to return collectively as a staff like we did [Sunday]. I can take that each single time." To be truthful, the Giants did play higher this week, and Beckham's statements might have helped. "It's been on my coronary heart," he continued. "And I feel all of the stuff that was constructed up inside, it simply kinda -- it got here out within the incorrect approach. And I texted [Shurmur], and I requested if I might have a minute to only speak to the staff, as a result of I really feel like if we're not all on the identical web page ... if it isn't genuine and actual, and we will all perceive one another, then there's at all times gonna be miscommunication. So to have the ability to try this was massive for me. I used to be nervous to rise up there and -- these are your brothers you see daily; however when you're up there in entrance of all of 'em, it is slightly nerve-racking. So I am simply enthusiastic about the way in which we pulled collectively. Like I stated, we got here up quick; however we fought [Sunday]."