Eli Manning ranks No. 1 in most Giants passing categories, including yards, and touchdowns. What we didn’t know is that he also appears to lead the franchise in passing gas.
In an interview with the New York Post, Giants running back Wayne Gallman revealed his most vivid memory of Manning.
“I wouldn’t say it was my favorite, but this is my most memorable — we’re in the locker room before a game, he was doing his stretching while I was sitting in my chair listening to music, and he walked by and he farted by my face. And walked away.”
“There was no way I could get him back after that,” Gallman said. “Had to do something real nasty.”
Despite him gassing his face, he called Manning “one of the best people (he’s) ever met,” praising his leadership qualities and ability to handle adversity.
“He’s a great leader, I’ve learned a lot with him of how he could handle adversity. Just the way he handled himself as a player — being on time, how he comes to work, how he comes to practice, how he comes to games prepared, take care of his body. He showed a lot.”