All is well with the New York Giants right now, as they have won their last two games. As a result, their social media team decided to have a little fun with QB Tommy DeVito.
Most people know that DeVito made headlines when he admitted that he still lived with his parents. Part of the allure was his mother’s chicken cutlets. Now, he doubles down on that in his latest interview.
Tommy DeVito Ranking Italian Entrees
How this worked was that the social media team made DeVito and Meals by Cug rank five different Italian entrees blindly. With this in mind, they would give the duo Italian entrees to sort one by one. Because it was a blind ranking, they had to guess where the first one they were given would end up before knowing about the others.
The first one on the list was a Veal Marsala. DeVito and Cug were not feeling that one. As a result, they ranked it last before even knowing what else was available.
A similar story happened when the duo was presented with Chicken Francese. Neither felt tempted to rank this entree highly. As a result, it was fourth on the list.
Shrimp Scampi was the next one on the list. DeVito was silent about this one. Cug spoke for both of them, noting that he was disappointed in the entree selection by the New York Giants social media team.
Finally, they were presented with an entree that both seemed to care for. Eggplant Parm was an entree that DeVito and Cug were tempted to rank at the top of the list. However, they assumed that they were going to have a “banger” entree to round out the list. So, they decided to keep it second.
Eventually, they were presented with the last entree. Of course, it was Cutlets. Given how much DeVito raved about this in the past, it is no wonder why this ended up at the top of the list.
Going Forward With the New York Giants
Admittedly, the New York Giants know how to have fun on their bye week. After enjoying some nice Cutlets, DeVito has to get ready to get back to work. That is because he is going to start Monday’s game against the Green Bay Packers.
Believe it or not, the Giants are still in the playoff mix despite having a 4-8 record. A win over the 6-6 Packers will go a long way.