Game of Thrones creator George R.R. Martin carrying 'Big Blue nightmare' over OBJ trade

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Winter is apparently entrance for a New York Giants.

Game of Thrones creator George R.R. Martin is not gratified with Big Blue’s preference to trade Odell Beckham Jr., and he voiced his disappointment over a transaction on his blog in a issue of a overwhelming deal.

His prediction: a Big Blue Wedding.

“I suspicion a final dual seasons were severe for Giants fans. Next year is going to make them demeanour like a good aged days,” Martin wrote. “Someone splash me. we am carrying a Big Blue nightmare.”

A local of Bayonne, Martin has been rooting for a Giants given 1958, and he even mentioned a NFL Championship Game from that deteriorate — widely famous as “The Greatest Game Ever Played” — in that a Colts kick a Giants, 23-17, during a aged Yankee Stadium in a Bronx.

Martin has put NFL references into a HBO program Game of Thrones – based on his novels – including a tip of a top to Giants fable and Super Bowl champion Phil Simms, fixing a impression (Wun Wun) as a reverence to No. 11.

“Beckham was not usually a best receiver on today’s Giants, though he was a best receiver this storied NFL authorization has EVER had in their prolonged history, and substantially a best receiver they will ever have,” Martin added. “They are positively not going to reinstate him with a 17th altogether collect in a stirring draft.”

Beckham posted a farewell on Instagram early Thursday morning in that he pronounced his good-byes to a Giants, their fans and a city.

“So many churned emotions and feelings. This is all, a lot to routine though it is reality,” Beckham wrote. “I don’t kno accurately what to contend so only gotta keep it genuine and short. we wish to appreciate a NY giants classification for giving me an event to do what God put me on this earth to do, we wish to appreciate a classification and a owners for all and generally giving me my initial possibility to be a partial of a NFL. we wish appreciate everybody in that building from a kitchen staff to my categorical male Jose! we desired we guys dearly and always will. we gave u my all each Sunday. To a fans, some happy, some not, we only wanna appreciate u guys for creation my knowledge in NY SOMETHIN ILL NEVER FORGET! To a New Yorkers and REAL NYG fans… we guys will always have a place in my heart, a pleasing city .. a pleasing place Thank You for each final impulse and experience. Without them, we wouldn’t be accurately who we am currently ! LUV”

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