Giants OL Jermaine Eluemunor destroyed the Chargers for trolling his old team

The new Big Blue hoss wasn't going to sit back and let LA have their way
Los Angeles Chargers v Las Vegas Raiders
Los Angeles Chargers v Las Vegas Raiders / Cooper Neill/GettyImages

Let this be a reminder to never, and we mean never, get on the bad side of NY Giants offensive lineman Jermaine Eluemunor. Now that he's with the G-Men, the veteran guard/tackle has let everyone know how passionate he can be on social media.

Now, the Los Angeles Chargers have learned that as well. Ahead of the schedule release, the Chargers decided to troll their upcoming 2024 opponents. However, they tried to land a punch on the Raiders, a team they were dominated by late in '23. Eluemunor was having none of it, putting LA in their place in a savage way:

Jermaine Eluemunor destroyed the Chargers on social media

Eluemunor off the top rope! Seriously, what were the Chargers thinking? They tried to say that the Raiders are garbage, but things are looking bright for them now that Giants legend Antonio Pierce has taken over as the team's new head coach.

On top of that, when the Raiders and Chargers faced off last season, LA posted a close win in October, but the Raiders totally spanked them in December, posting a 63-21 win. In that victory, Vegas was up 42-0 at halftime - yeah, if anything was garbage in that game, it was the Chargers.

Eluemunor signed with the Giants this offseason, reuniting with new offensive line coach Carmen Bricillo. For now, Eluemunor is expected to man one of the starting guard spots along with fellow new signing Jon Runyan Jr. However, with his versatility, Eluemunor could slide over to right tackle if youngster Evan Neal struggles again. Let's hope that's not the case.

Regardless of where he lines up, Eluemunor is going to be ready to be dominant in the trenches and make opposing linemen look foolish. Eluemunor has already won over the Big Blue fan base with his passion for the game/organization, but you've got to respect him sticking up for his former teammates as well. He may still be with the Giants, but he's always going to look at the Chargers as rivals.