For every road game this season, Giants.com will catch up with a member of the team for a travel Q&A. This week, we got to catch up with safety Curtis Riley:
What are your must haves in your carry-on?
Curtis Riley: I always carry my bible with me. Got to have my drawers, clothes, make sure I got to have something nice to put on. Cologne, you know, smell good with my suit on. That’s honesly about it.
What do you like to do on the plane?
Curtis Riley: I really listen to music until I fall asleep. Just keep the music playing and then knock out and sleep.
What’s the longest flight you’ve ever been on?
Curtis Riley: I flew from Florida to Hawaii, but I had to stop in California. That was five and five hours, each flight. I don’t like flights past three.
Who do you room with at the hotel?
Curtis Riley: I’m by myself. I definitely need that.
When you get to the hotel, do you have a routine?
Curtis Riley: I usually get there, take the suit off, change. Usually we’ll go out and eat as a DB group, find something to do and then come back for meetings.
Have you ever been to Houston before?
Curtis Riley: I played in Houston, so that was about it.
Is this a homecoming kind of thing?
Curtis Riley: No, not really. In Tennessee it’s a big thing going against Houston. It was a big thing, still is, going against Houston just because Tennessee came from Houston. It’s not a rivalry to me, but any game is a rivalry to me. It’s just another game.