Stephen A. Smith is renowned for sharing his opinions on a wide range of topics, and he has officially declared his reluctance to watch a specific team during primetime games this season.
In response to the recent game between the Cowboys and Giants, the outspoken ESPN personality, Brian Daboll’s squad drew sharp criticism from Smith. Taking to Twitter, he expressed, “The @NFL has to be shamed into keeping the @Giants off of National TV. This team is just a disaster. They ARE the swamp in East Rutherford NJ. They don’t even look qualified to be an NFL team. #GoodLord.”
Smith’s sentiment is understandable given the lackluster performance of the Giants during Sunday’s game, appearing lethargic for the majority of the 60 minutes.
In the last two games alone, the Giants have faced a deficit of 56 points. The primary concern lies in their struggling passing attack, particularly with Tommy DeVito at quarterback.
Fortunately, the Giants’ upcoming schedule presents a more favorable outlook. In the next few weeks, they are set to compete against the Commanders, Patriots, and Packers.
However, the Giants-Packers game scheduled for December 11, slated for “Monday Night Football,” is poised to irk Stephen A. Smith once again.