Tuesday, June 19, 2007

Eli Sacked, Even in Offseason

Eli Messiah is taking a beating from those closest around him. Giants GM Jerry Reese wants Eli to stop with the "hang dog look." (Although, a lot of that could be the excessive inbreeding the Manning family has undergone over the years. Seriously, Eli looks like he should be wearing a helmet to serve fries at McDonalds, not playing in the NFL.)

Giants offensive coordinator Kevin Gilbride also has his doubts about Eli. In a quote clearly taken out of context, Gilbride doesn't seem to positive about Messiah:

"I don't know if I can help him..."


And Gilbride knows quite a few things about busts; he once coached Ryan Leaf. So when the guy who put his coaching career on the shoulders of Ryan Leaf is losing faith in you, maybe it's time to start looking for that next gig.

5 comments:

DAWUSS said...

Eli should be sent to Indy, where he can be Peyton Manning's backup. Heck, he could then become the next Doug Pederson (unless Dungy'd start Eli over Peyton).

Besides, even Eli would be OK with an offense like the Lucky Charms have.

yiddish steel said...

Kevin Gilbride couldn't even spark a decent Chargers Offense that Bobby Ross left him from an AFC Championship that included Stan Humphries, Tony Martin, Al Pupunu, Shawn Jefferson, Mark Seay, and even the sure-footed John Carney. Messiah will be only a minute part of the NY Giants impending offensive inneptitude for the coming season. Gilbride is a proven repeat failure in the league as a Coach and an Offensive Coordinator.

Fletch said...

I work at burger king making flame broiled whoppers
I wear paper hats
Would you like an apple pie with that?
Would you like an apple pie with that?

Ding fries are done
Ding fries are done
Ding fries are done
Ding fries are done

WCT said...

Fletch that made me do a spit-take

Fletch said...

Well, it's not like I thought it up or anything, but thanks nonetheless.