Giants Fans Offer Their Feelings On The Eli Manning Benching Via Three New Jersey Billboards

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It's the end of an era.

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Nothing says sticking it to the man and to the coach/GM/owner that benched your legendary QB like putting up a few digital billboards on the side of the highway.

When your 2-time Super Bowl MVP QB gets sat down for Geno F’ing Smith for the final 5-games, snapping his consecutive start streak and pissing off an entire fan base, there’s really no other option than to voice your displeasure through a strongly worded message on the way to Metlife Stadium.

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Here’s some more details from the NY Post:

The electronic billboards that read “Big Blue Shame on You” in a font that mimics the Giants logo were sponsored by a group of anonymous Giants fans, The Post has learned.

The three billboards, all near MetLife Stadium, first appeared Wednesday and will appear again Thursday. They are on the western spur of the New Jersey Turnpike in Kearny, on I-80 in Elmwood Park and on Route 46 in Totowa.

In all seriousness, good for those anonymous Giants fans to drop some cash on this. Those digital billboards don’t come cheap. And if the internet outrage, along with Mike Francesa’s legendary rant from the other day, didn’t get that message across to McAdoo, Jerry Reese, and John Mara, then this 100% did the trick.

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