For every road game this season, Giants.com will catch up with a member of the team for a travel Q&A. For this week’s season opener in Dallas, we talked with wide receiver Bennie Fowler.
Q: What do you normally bring with you on the plane?
A: Usually in my bag, I have my tablet with my playbook, then my own personal tablet with movies on there, and headphones.
Q: What do you like to do during the flight?
A: It depends on how long the flight is. But I normally watch a little film. I sit next to (Sterling Shepard), so we end up talking, or I catch some sleep.
Q: What do you like to do normally when you get to the hotel?
A: I like to just relax, lay down a little bit, and then we try to find a place to go eat dinner.
Q: What city are you most looking forward to flying to this season?
A: I’m looking forward to going to New England during the season. I haven’t played there during the regular season.
Q: Any funny travel stories from previous seasons?
A: Sometimes the turbulence gets really bad. If you want to see some grown men get really scared, some really big dudes get very scared, the turbulence will sometimes get people riled up.
Q: How do you feel heading into the season opener?
A: I feel good. I feel ready. I feel confident. I’m ready to go.