Odell Beckham's season is over, but the wide receiver is still weighing in on Eli Manning.
After saying in October he "didn't know" if he had an issue with Manning as his quarterback, the wide receiver painted a rosier picture of the relationship he has with the quarterback.
"I love Eli," Beckham said, per Peter Botte of the New York Post. "I've been with Eli, he was the first quarterback I ever had in the league. I threw with him at the Manning camp, in high school. There's a lot of things you want in life. You can't always get what you want.
It's clear things haven't gone according to plan for the Giants, who enter Sunday's season finale against the Dallas Cowboys at 5-10 and outside the postseason for the second straight year. Beckham, despite missing the last four games of the season with a quad injury, had a strong campaign, catching 77 passes for 1,052 yards and six touchdowns.
While his 2018 numbers aren't close to the career-highs he posted during his sophomore season in 2015, Beckham was one of the few bright spots for a Giants team that lost seven of their first eight games en route to being an NFC also-ran.