Mara: OBJ should do more playing, less talking

Doug Mendoza
October 17, 2018

Speaking to reporters on the sidelines of the NFL's owners meetings in NY on Tuesday, Mara made it clear he was unimpressed by Beckham's antics. At the time of the interview, the Giants were 1-3.

Mara's response was essentially to tell Beckham to zip it.

Mara is the latest in the Giants organization to vent his frustration with Beckham's antics.

Beckham raised a lot of eyebrows during the ESPN interview when he didn't defend Manning.

"I have confidence that we have the right guys in the building to get it to work", he said. Can he still throw it, yeah, but it's been pretty safe and it's been, you know. cool catching shallow [routes] and trying to take it to the house.

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One of the more influential owners in the league, Mara also co-owns a franchise that is struggling - still.

On Monday Mara said he did not talk to OBJ after the ESPN interview, noting enough people talk to him, but added he wishes the receiver would make headlines on the field instead of off it.

"When you're 1-5, it generally means everybody has to play better", Mara responded when asked about Manning's rough season, according to Judy Battista of NFL Network.

With a few days to digest the Giants' 24-13 embarrassing loss to the Eagles Thursday night, it's become abundantly clear - and with a 1-5 record now on the books it should be - that this football team is not currently configured to contend as the new management regime hoped it would. "I can't stand up here and make any excuses about that. I'm suffering just as much as our fans are, probably more". "I still. we still believe in him, but everybody needs to do their jobs in order for us to be successful, and right now that's not happening".

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