Giants legend calls out Deonte Banks after Chiefs rookie rips: ‘Save that s—’
New York Giants rookie cornerback Deonte Banks decided to go on his Instagram Live to call out the Washington Commanders for not drafting him after the Big Blue beat their NFC East rival on Sunday for the season sweep.
Giants legend Carl Banks also took the time to call out the young rookie on social media.
Carl Banks, a two-time Super Bowl champion with the Giants, doesn’t mind a little talk here and there. But the younger Banks was exceptional with the Chiefs crossing him for fellow defensive back Emmanuel Forbes at No. 16 overall in the 2023 NFL Draft.
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“Love the 1,” Carl Banks tweeted on Deonte Banks’ Instagram Live video. “#BeGiant Save that Sh%t for Thanksgiving dinner, with the famine, not social media.”
Carl Banks said he had “no problem with his chain.”
“Of course, I love him,” he said. But it’s not all for social media.. he gave up 2 scores BTW.”
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After a 31-19 victory over the Chiefs, which accounts for two of the Giants’ three wins this season, Banks was in the team’s locker room tearing up the Chiefs in an expletive-filled statement.
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“Coulda come and get me at 16, and I didn’t,” Banks was heard saying. “Now I’m 2-0 against you guys. “F— the Chiefs … They see me twice a year until the end of my career. Twice a year. Shoulda came and got me.”
Banks also mentioned Commanders receiver Terry McLaurin in the video, calling him out after he had five catches for 43 yards. He was the team’s third leading receiver on the day.
“I’m just trying to find out, though, did 17 play today?” Banks asked McLaurin’s jersey number.
Banks is from DMV and went to Maryland, where he pitched for the Terrapins.
But the Commanders went to Forbes instead, and he has struggled since coming out of Mississippi State. Washington has been punted numerous times, and his 19.1 yards allowed per reception is the third highest in the NFL.
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Banks, on the other hand, has fared much better, allowing a 78.1 quarterback rating against while defending nine passes over 11 games so far.