Under Tom Coughlin, the Giants have lost four games in a row and still gone on to do great things. But they haven't gone through it at the start of the season.
The Giants dropped to 0-4 on Sunday after three road losses to Dallas, Carolina, and Kansas City with a home game in between against Denver in Week 2.
"Not at the start, but I guess if it's going to happen maybe you'd rather have it at the start," quarterback Eli Manning said Monday. "You'd hate to be in that situation. You hate to say that we've lost four in a row before, but we've got a lot of time to fix it. We have some young players playing right now. We have some new guys. You hope that now we've got time for these guys to grow and they'll get better and they'll be stronger and we can make improvements and so there is time. Obviously we can't be too patient. We've got to get going. We've got to start getting some wins."
Winless through the first quarter of the season, the Giants now alternate home and road games for the next four weeks against Philadelphia, Chicago, Minnesota, and Philadelphia again before the bye week.
That leads us to our Morning Debate:
Which games in the season's second quarter will the Giants win?
Oct. 6, Giants vs. Eagles
Oct. 10, Giants at Bears
Oct. 21, Giants vs. Vikings
Oct. 27, Giants at Eagles
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