After a beginning that inspired many to believe that the New York Giants were in the elite tier of the NFC with a 6-2 record, the Giants have taken a free fall by dropping their last three games to San Francisco, Philadelphia and New Orleans. Even though these are three worthy opponents, this is still unacceptable for a team with title aspirations.
If the season is indeed lost, there were few bright spots to come out of it. These include the stellar play of Eli Manning, the emergence of both Victor Cruz and Jake Ballard as viable passing options and the Pro-Bowl play of future star Jason Pierre-Paul.
However, I don't see the season as being completely lost yet. With a few wins down the stretch, especially the two against Dallas, the Giants would still have a chance at winning the NFC East. But with a team that has lost lost all morale and confidence, management may need to sign a few players so the Giants can compete for a playoff spot.