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Giants lineman rips fans amid struggles, wonders whether they ‘flip hot dogs and hamburgers somewhere’

The New York Giants’ offensive line’s play has been a hot topic and target of criticism for years now, and that remains the case through the first quarter of the 2023 season. 

Evan Neal, the 2022 NFL Draft’s seventh overall pick and right tackle for the Giants, spoke after practice Wednesday after another abysmal offensive performance by New York Monday night in a 24-3 loss to the Seattle Seahawks. 

Neal was seen at halftime at MetLife Stadium motioning to the crowd, and though it looked like he was flipping the bird to fans, he explained what he was actually doing. 

“They were booing us, so I said, ‘Boo louder!’” Neal told NJ Advance Media Wednesday. 

The Giants’ offense has been the second worst in the NFL through four weeks, averaging just 252 yards of total offense per game. 

Scott Thompson is a sports writer for Fox News Digital.

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