Despite winning two of their last three games, the 3-8 Giants are still in prime position to land a top pick in the 2019 NFL Draft. But it almost certainly won't be the top pick.
ESPN's FPI (Football Power Index) currently projects that the Giants will have the No. 5 pick in the Draft.
The FPI gives Big Blue a 47 percent chance to earn a Top 5 pick, and a 1 percent chance at the No. 1 overall pick.
Ahead of the Giants, in order, are the Cardinals (2-9), 49ers (2-9), Raiders (2-9), and Jets (3-8).
If the Giants have their eyes on a quarterback in the Draft who can potentially replace Eli Manning, they may be in luck.
The Cardinals (Josh Rosen), 49ers (Jimmy Garoppolo), Raiders (Derek Carr), and Jets (Sam Darnold) all already have their quarterback of the future. But the Buccaneers and Jaguars, who are both right behind the Giants and could leap them by losing more down the stretch or trading up, do not.
Among the top quarterbacks who could be available are Will Grier (West Virginia), Drew Lock (Missouri), and Justin Herbert (Oregon).
Meanwhile, Ohio State DE Nick Bosa could be the first overall pick.