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Meanwhile, the Giants Were Up in the Club

Not all of them, mind you, but the New York Giants receivers took Monday off to party.

Odell Beckham Jr., Victor Cruz, Sterling Shepard and Roger Lewis went to Miami following their win over the Washington Redskins to hang out on a boat (boats and hoes!) and go clubbing with Justin Bieber.

How’s that for homoeroticism?

Here’s ODB up in the club with the Biebs.

The Giants do have Mondays off, but obviously the timing is curious. They travel to Green Bay to face the Packers on Sunday and they had just played a game. Apparently, they went directly from Washington down to Miami to party.

If nothing else, it has become a distraction for the team, which is just fine with us.

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Mordecai Jones

Mordecai is a writer living in Los Angeles. He primarily writes screenplays, but also does crap like this because GREEN BAY PACKERS, baby!

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  1. PF4L January 3, 2017

    Boats, Biches, Bongs and Boilermakers….the game aints til sunday biches!!!!

  2. PF4L January 3, 2017

    That boat picture reminds me…i’m going to the Bahamas next month. Got to go get me some new Timberlines to wear down on the beach.

    1. Lynn Fuckin' Dickey January 3, 2017

      I laughed.

  3. Deepsky January 3, 2017

    The Giants spent a lot on defense in the off season and it began to pay off at the end of the year. In the last 8 games their defense has looked almost as good as Seattle and Denver when they were good. They have a great secondary, the kind that Rodgers is afraid to throw against. I don’t expect the Packers to score more than 20 points at home.

    If the Packers have any chance at winning and I don’t think they do, it will be because Manning had a really bad game. He’s had a few of those this year. If he has a good game, and he has the confidence against the Packers to do so, the Giants will easily roll over the Packers.

    1. NickyPack January 3, 2017

      I completely disagree… in fact the last meeting against the Giants, Rodgers was not afraid to throw against the Giants. Cook was also not available that game so that will definitely take some pressure off. However, with that being said, I expect a close game.. not a blow out. Giants average 19 ppg. That’s not a good offense. I get that the Giants have a good defense but lets not forget that Aaron essentially picked apart both Minnesota and Seattle with ease. I expect Aaron to have a fantastic game, much better accuracy then the previous time they met, however the defense will keep this game close. Pack win 27-20. GO PACK

    2. Empacador January 3, 2017

      But…but we have McCarthy! He deserves respect, damn it. Those Giants should fear walking into Lambeau Field and be intimidated by his genius. Am I doing this right, guys? HE DESERVES RESPECT, YO!

    3. PF4L January 4, 2017

      Deepsky is correct. The Giants defense is legit. They gave up the 2nd fewest ppg at 17.8. In their last 10 games the Giants defense gave 15.4 ppg and ranked 1st or 2nd in most defensive categories.

      Matter of fact Rodgers struggled against the Giants throwing 23 of 45 with 2 tds, and 2 int. with a passer rating of 65.

      The Packers defense actually played pretty well. But got an assist, because the offense was able to keep the ball for 13 more minutes than the Giants.

  4. PF4L January 3, 2017

    The Giants are toast, Eli Manning is an accident waiting to happen, we sacked them 4 times last Oct. we’ll sack him more this time around. Packers 37-21

  5. Big Gay Clay January 3, 2017

    For christ sakes Mordecai, it’s OBJ not ODB. Please get it right!!!

  6. Killer January 3, 2017

    “homoeroticism”?

    Because any time you see men without a shirt on you find it homoerotic?
    Because anytime men are on a boat you find it homoerotic?

    This homoerotic thing seems to be coming from your own psyche, what there is of it. And by “your own” I mean Monty who likes to write as Mordecai and who posts as PF4L under his own articles, or his alter ego’s articles in the case of Mordecai.

    I guess when you go to a beach you look around at all the men without shirts and say, “Wow, look at all these homoerotic men. Oh, look, the women are wearing swimsuits. How very Very VERY lesbianerotic!!!

    If some Packer fans — and you know a few will — go shirtless in the cold at Lambeau on game day you’ll be talking admiringly about their big homoerotic guts….

    You crack me up. All three of you (or is it 4 and you write as Bonham also?).

    1. PF4L January 4, 2017

      What is your obsession concerning homosexuals? It’s all you seem to write about. This is a football blog. Not your personal homosexual fan forum.

      Wouldn’t you rather write about the vikings winning streak?

      Or the vikings 1st opponent in the playoffs?

      Or the vikings current odds of winning the Super Bowl.

      Or who the vikings should take in the 1st round of the draft?

    2. Kato January 4, 2017

      PF4L is not Monty. You must not pay attention. Monty rips on Rodgers here and there, where PF4L is the biggest Rodgers fanboy I know and refuses to believe anything he does is wrong and everything he touches is gold.

      1. PF4L January 4, 2017

        Yea, i’m a Rodgers fan. i guess that makes me smart enough to never say anything epically stupid like Rodgers is finished.

        You feelin me bro?

        1. PF4L January 4, 2017

          Here’s what’s nice about stupid people…..

          Don’t take stupid people for granted. If it wasn’t for stupid people, the rest of us wouldn’t have anyone else to laugh at. Always thank stupid people for their contributions.

          Thank you gentleman.

  7. gort January 3, 2017

    This is a non-story. They were on a day off from work. How many of us would love to spend time on a boat on our day off – fishing, skiing, chasing some tail, etc. Dont care what they did as long as it was legal (not a Vikings sex boat scandal). The interesting part is that it has blown up into a possible distraction. Woo-hoo and thanks to big market media. Must have been a slow news day.

    1. PF4L January 4, 2017

      Fkn A…..Anyone who questions anyone on what they do (legally) on their own time. Should be promptly told to fuck off and get a life.

  8. Howard January 4, 2017

    Even though most consider the Giants a cold weather team, this will be the coldest game by far the Giants will play this year. The Giants have only played one game at 30 degrees and all the rest at 40 or higher. The 70+ degree temperature drop the Giant receivers will see from the beach to the bay may be a distraction by having them dreaming of sandy beaches, umbrella drinks and dirty, naked freaks.

    1. PF4L January 4, 2017

      Howard, i’m picking the Packers Sunday, but is it true that Rodgers has never won a game when playing in single degree cold weather?

      1. Howard January 4, 2017

        Wasn’t the bears game three weeks ago single digit? Also I have to think the last 2010 regular season bear game was single digit. It may be correct in playoff games?

        1. PF4L January 4, 2017

          The bears game reached double digits i thought. But yea, that’s where i saw that. The announcers posted that up about Rodgers during the game. I just checked weatherbug, and it’s saying that the high for Green Bay is 10 degree’s Sunday…lol. So i guess were cool :)

          1. PF4L January 4, 2017

            Erik Walden had a career game that day. I always liked him, and didn’t like losing him. He went on and is still having a nice career with the Colts, where he’s had 23 sacks the last 4 years.

            But apparently big Ted didn’t evaluate any talent in him worth keeping.

          2. Howard January 4, 2017

            I looked at NFLweather.com. I don’t know if there weather is a forecast or actual but they have the temps, etc by quarter. It says 9 degree every quarter except last. Last quarter is 10 degree. I think that is good except to me Randall did not like the cold weather.

            One thing on Walden as it relates to Elliot Wolf. It was Elliot who is credited with bringing Walden to the team. It appeared at the time that the colts were over paying for Walden but I don’t think so. Overpaying is what the team paid for Brad Jones, Neal and others. The Colts saw something in Walden that Wolf saw and it proved correct.