Eli Manning is # 1 in most of the Giants passing categories, including yards, touchdowns, and apparently gasoline.
In an interview with the New York Post, Giants walking back Wayne Gallman revealed his most vivid Manning memory. While Manning was known for his grip-it-and-rip-it style of play, he ripped something completely different on a Sunday afternoon.
"I wouldn't say it was my favorite, but this is my most memorable one – we're in the locker room before a game, he was stretching while I was sitting in my chair listening to music and he was walking by and he was farting passed my face and walked away. "
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Of all of Manning's smelly appearances in the latter half of his career, this one was probably the worst. In fact, it was so bad that Gallman couldn't take revenge from gas attacks.
"There was no way I could get it back after that," said Gallman. "Had to do something really bad."
Gallman went on to say that – apart from gas – Manning was a gas to play with and called Manning "one of the best people he has ever met". He praised his leadership skills and his ability to deal with adversity.
The good news is that after Manning's retirement, the Giants' future was no longer in the bathroom and the franchise keys were in the hands of Daniel Jones (who apparently turned his sophomore season as Giants quarterback).
If Manning hadn't been a successful quarterback, he might have had a great career as a Crop Duster.