Well, there is one positive that came out of the Giants' horrendous season last year. Season ticket prices won't see another increase in 2018, per The Post's Paul Schwartz.
After an 11-5 record two seasons ago, the Giants raised their season tickets by four percent for the 2017 season. But co-owners John Mara and Steve Tisch won't be increasing the price again, especially after a 3-13 dud.
"There is no change in the cost of your season tickets from a year ago," Mara and Tisch wrote in a letter.
The Giants head into the new league year with different faces in charge, after GM Jerry Reese and HC Ben McAdoo were ousted before the end of the season. Now, new GM Dave Gettleman and HC Pat Shurmur are working to rebuild the Giants to the playoff team they were back in 2016.
Mara and Tisch made sure fans recognize that they are already working toward that goal.
"We are looking forward to the 2018 season under the direction of our new general manager Dave Gettleman and new head coach Patt Shurmur," they wrote. "Both are hard at work preparing for free agency, the draft and the start of our offseason program in April.
"As always, we thank you on behalf of our players, coaches and staff for your continued support. Last season was disappointing for you and us, and we are committed to producing the kinds of results we all expect."
The next step for Gettleman and Shurmur will be the NFL Combine at the beginning of March, and free agency the following week.