New York Giants General Manager Dave Gettleman is still trying to sell the Odell Beckham Jr. trade to his team’s fan base.  In an interview with, one of the league’s more controversial GMs, took a shot at OBJ by insinuating that the star receiver was a “cultural problem.”  

“I think some people are still missing it,” the Giants general manager told NJ Advance Media in a wide-ranging 30-minute interview. “Football is the ultimate team game. If all 11 guys aren’t doing the right thing, you’re not going to be successful.

“There’s more to it that just collecting talent. There is a cultural thing to it that’s critical. I have not been on a team that’s gone to a Super Bowl that’s had a culture problem.”

Did he have one with the Giants?

“Not any more,” he said with a satisfied smile.

There you go.  Now that Odell is out of the picture the Giants are Super Bowl bound, right?  Oh, wait a minute, have you had a team go to the Super Bowl without a quarterback playing at a high level?

A QB who can play at a high level is something the current Giants roster doesn’t have.  So don’t expect to see the Giants in the Super Bowl just yet.

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