Eli Manning says he won’t retire after season ends
Remember that hypothesis from Archie Manning that retirement may be on the thoughts of his son, Eli Manning, after he was unceremoniously benched by New York Giants coach Ben McAdoo? Well, you may neglect that.
“I plan on playing next season,” Manning mentioned after watching Geno Smith quarterback the Giants in Sunday’s 24-17 loss to the Oakland Raiders, ending his streak of consecutive begins at 210.
As for the place that can be, Manning mentioned there was “no point” in speculating.
“I’m gonna finish out this season and see what happens,” he mentioned.
Manning was, after all, conscious of the hypothesis that McAdoo was going to be fired when the group returned from California.
“I don’t want that” Manning mentioned. “I don’t want anybody to get fired. When a coach gets fired it’s usually because a team and the players and myself haven’t performed up to our duties So, I don’t want to see that.”
Manning mentioned he spent Sunday simply attempting to be a “good teammate.”
“The amount of people that reached out to me this week, the importance of being a good teammate hit home,” Manning mentioned. “I appreciate their support.”