NFL quarterback Geno Smith may or may not be holding a bit of a grudge against the New York Giants. Regardless, one thing we know is that he didn’t prove to be a potential replacement for Eli Manning has some had hoped.
With Smith now on the Los Angeles Chargers roster, it’s been fairly quiet since his departure from New York. But after the Giants’ brutal loss to the Philadelphia Eagles in Week 6 on Thursday Night Football, Smith took to Twitter to voice his opinion.
Only, it wasn’t on Manning (specifically) or the players, but instead, the message was seemingly directed at fans over former coach Ben McAdoo. Smith’s message was simple and pointed to the fact that he believes his ex-coach was a scapegoat.
Y’all owe my boy Mac an apology!!
— Geno (@GenoSmith3) October 12, 2018
Following the Giants’ 34-13 loss to the Eagles, the talk was mainly focused on the struggles on both sides of the ball. But for Smith, he wanted to make it known that McAdoo, who posted a 13-15 regular-season record with the Giants, may not have been the issue. The coach was fired after a 2-10 start during the 2017 season.