Remember last week when everyone was trying to bring down the NY Giants, giving them no chance against the Minnesota Vikings in the Wild Card Round? Well, here we go again. People have wasted zero time in basically calling the Divisional Round already, saying the Eagles are going to have their way with the G-Men.
The one and only Stephen A. Smith, known for his loud-mouthed takes, didn’t wasn’t any time in saying that the Giants season is going to end on Saturday night. Philly is 2-0 against New York this campaign, but something special is brewing in East Rutherford. Once the Giants players get to watch this clip, it will give then even more of a reason to pull off a stunner later this week.
Stephen A. Smith says there’s ‘no way in hell’ the Giants beat the Eagles
This is the same Smith who basically guaranteed that Jones would stink it up this season and not have a chance at earning a new contract from Joe Schoen. That’s not the case, as Danny Dimes has earned his big-time payday from the organization with his play this year, plus his showing in the win over Minnesota.
Smith is just a hater, nothing is ever going to change there. In this video, he was rocking shades, a Tom Brady jersey and a backwards Bucs hat. We’re supposed to take this clown serious? He’s known for his wild takes and getting people riled up. He’s basically another Skip Bayless out there. Don’t get us started on Skip, though.
With Smith, he may be giving the Giants zero chance against the Eagles, but this team feels like it’s primed to drop another stunning result. Already this year, the Giants have beaten the Vikings, Titans, Packers and more in head-turning fashion when no one thought they had a prayer. Brian Daboll has had an unreal first season as head coach of this team.
Whenever people doubt Big Blue, they make people look foolish. We’d love nothing more for the NY standouts to make Smith eat his words come next Monday morning. A lot of people look silly this week for what they had to say about the Giants leading up to the postseason. More of the same humble pie could be on the way for Smith and his colleagues in the near future.