Ex-Giant Ereck Flowers Rips The Organization And It’s Fans After Sunday’s Game

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Ereck Flowers tenure in New York was an absolute disaster.

After the Giants took Flowers with the No. 9 pick in the 2015 Draft, the former Miami Hurricane never found his spot as he struggled at just about every spot along the offensive line.

Following a drama filled tenure, the Giants cut Flowers last season and Flowers found himself a member of the division-rival Redskins.

On Sunday, Flowers made his return to East Rutherford and unfortunately, the results did not go as planned as the Redskins were outmatched, 24-3.

But that didn’t stop Flowers from ripping the team, as he did following the game:

In an interview with Darryl Slater of NJ.com, Flowers was asked about a number of things, including his thoughts on the organization:

“(Expletive), nobody is more happy not to be here than me, this has been so much more of an enjoyable experience, man. I’m not looking back at my time there. Being here for me was just toxic. It was toxic on the field, off the field. It doesn’t fit me.”

Flowers didn’t stop there, he continued on, this time ripping Giants fans:

“I don’t care for Giants fans, They feel about me how I feel about dentists. I don’t care for this place much. I would’ve loved to have come out of here with a ‘W,’ but it’s all good.”

“Once they get back to losing, the stadium will be back empty. That’s how I feel about them.”

Flowers was also asked about his thoughts about head coach Pat Shurmur and general manager Dave Gettleman:

“Gettleman? Nah, I don’t care to see him. [Expletive], the world will go into flames before me and him have a conversation.”

And Shurmur?

“I don’t care for him either,” Flowers said.