Eli Manning honestly reacted to Giants jerseys in retro style


On Wednesday, the New York Giants unveiled a stunning retro uniform they plan to use during the 2022 NFL campaign.

The team is going to wear its “classic uniform” of the 80s and 90s for two games in the upcoming season. This iconic blue uniform has been warmly received by much of the NFL world, especially by longtime Giants fans.

“The legacy is timeless. The classic blue uniform has been RETURNED,” the team wrote.

Former New York quarterback Eli Manning is clearly a fan of these topics.

“I’m a little jealous that I didn’t put them on,” he wrote on Twitter.

Manning was selected by the San Diego Chargers at number one in the 2004 draft before he famously forced him to be traded to New York. The retired quarterback spent his entire 16-year NFL career for the Giants — during which time he won four Pro Bowl selections and two Super Bowls.

From 2004 to 2019, Manning dressed for the Giants in several versions of the team’s uniform, but never used this iconic “classic uniform.”

The Giants will wear these new threads in Week 4 against Chicago and in Week 13 against Washington.