Tom Brady discusses the Giants' benching of quarterback Eli Manning


Strahan played in two Super Bowls for the Giants during a career that spanned from 1993 to 2007.

McAdoo also noted that Rookie Davis Webb will see some action as well in the coming weeks.

The Giants second-year receiver missed the team's last two games but has been cleared to play after being a full participant in practice all week.

"I have nothing but the most respect for him and everything he's achieved and accomplished in his career", Brady said.

"You know that's really everything you want in an National Football League player, and I think Eli has always provided that for the team".

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The Giants have had a disgusting season and it looks as though they are ready for a complete tear down as they have benched two time Super Bowl victor Eli Manning which has effectively ended his tenure with the G-Men in many people's eyes. "So I think it's a pretty unfortunate situation".

Week 13 is upon us and for many fan bases, the 2017 NFL Season is all but over.

Brady, though, downplayed the gravity of Manning's transition, citing other big-name athletes he remembers making their ungraceful exits from their franchises and the sport. "Certainly I know Peyton as well as Eli, but I can speak to Eli the best because he's played us the most". Michael Jordan played for the Washington Wizards. "I don't think there's any player, current or former, who feels like this is right". "And that's just pro sports".

After letting the dust settle a little from Tuesday's stunning news, New England Patriots QB Tom Brady, who many feel is one of the best of all-time at his position and has spent his 17-year career with one team, spoke on Thursday of the situation in NY. The Steelers are sitting at 9-2 for the season, so it doesn't appear Roethlisberger's job is in any immediate danger but he has at times looked like the old quarterback that he is.