It's not going to take a genius to notice that the New York Giants are in big trouble.

After a disastrous 3-13 season in 2017, that saw the team eventually part ways with both Head Coach Jerry McAdoo and GM Jerry Reece, you'd think the Giants had no where to go but up entering 2018?

Well, so far this season hasn't been too much better.

The 1-5 Giants are now looking ahead, and planning for a future without long time Quarterback Eli Manning. The 37 year-old Manning has been with Big Blue his entire fifteen year career, had started 210 consecutive regular-season games, and helped lead the team to two Super Bowl championships. But now with the young team in shambles, should a move to trade Eli come sooner rather than later?

Some have suggested sending him to teams like Jacksonville or Indianapolis, rather than waiting to draft a young prospect who they hope can lead the team for many years.

This isn't the first time the team decided to go with someone over Manning. Just last year, Manny was benched in favor of Geno Smith. We saw how well that went.

But other problems plaque the Giants as well; including a poor offensive line, disappointing defense, and the seemingly nonstop antics of Odell Beckham Jr. 

What are your thoughts?