Eli Manning uses 'Trump' as audible call

Eli Manning uses 'Trump' as audible call

Eli Manning uses 'Trump' as audible call

At some point during the Giants' 17-10 win over the Rams here at Twickenham Stadium, quarterback Eli Manning shouted out an audible call, as he is known to do.

So, will we hear a "Hillary" from Manning when the Giants return to action in two weeks.

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Regardless of what Manning uttered, he smartly wanted to make sure his calls weren't associated with Trump, even if he was shouting his name to change the play. "We are using something very similar". There's little incentive for him calling Trump as a play, as much as some want to believe it to be true. "Nothing there, nothing there".

"No, no Trump call", he told reporters after the Giants' win.

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Peyton Manning had his iconic "Omaha!" audible call and now little brother Eli may have found one of his own. Maybe Manning wasn't referencing the Republican presidential candidate, but he's a huge fan of that 1990s band, The Presidents of the United States of America, and he's using the title of their song "Lump" as an audible. Father Archie Manning backed Bobby Jindal, whose dismal campaign ended last November.

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