Published: Sun, December 03, 2017
Culture&Arts | By Darrell Mcdonald

Ben McAdoo Doesn't Have 'Any Regrets' About Benching Eli Manning

Ben McAdoo Doesn't Have 'Any Regrets' About Benching Eli Manning

Strahan played in two Super Bowls for the Giants during a career that spanned from 1993 to 2007. What they should be doing is giving rookie Davis Webb a shot to see whether or not he can play.

The Giants second-year receiver missed the team's last two games but has been cleared to play after being a full participant in practice all week.

There have been many football players over the years that we as fans put their name with an organization - Walter Payton, Dick Butkus, Dan Marino, Barry Sanders, and like Eli, Lawrence Taylor with the Giants.

"I have nothing but the most respect for him and everything he's achieved and accomplished in his career", Brady said in an interview Thursday with Westwood One Radio.

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In a shocking move earlier this week, the New York Giants announced that Geno Smith would start at quarterback this weekend instead of Eli Manning. And like so many others, he felt the two-time Super Bowl MVP was done wrong in NY.

But, if you thought Eli Manning was feeling bad, take a look at this note from NFL Media's research department. "So I think it's a pretty unfortunate situation".

Brady, though, downplayed the gravity of Manning's transition, citing other big-name athletes he remembers making their ungraceful exits from their franchises and the sport.

"I think there's always these types of situations. Starting just to keep the streak going and knowing you won't finish the game and have a chance to win it is pointless to me, and it tarnishes the streak". Michael Jordan played for the Washington Wizards. From politicians to Hollywood elite, and from former teammates to current players, the hot takes were plentiful. "And that's just pro sports". Already a five-time Super Bowl champion, Brady has his Patriots at 9-2 this season and looking primed for a run at another title.

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