For much of 2017 Davis Webb has unquestionably been the Giants' third-string quarterback, with thoughts of him moving up the depth chart intensifying over recent weeks.
As such, Webb has worked closest with receivers who have dangled between the practice squad and the bottom of the active roster. Those players that he's been around most, speak highly of the rookie quarterback.
"He's a fun guy to work with," Marquis Bundy told Dan Duggan of NJ.com. "He's a guy that likes to always keep getting better and elevate his game every day. He comes in and gives everybody that extra energy to continue to be good in practice. Right now, we're only just practicing, so he really does take practice seriously. His seriousness radiates into us and then we become serious and it becomes a good practice overall."
Bundy is a second-year receiver that's been on the Giants' practice squad all season.
Travis Rudolph was on the practice squad earlier in the season, but has appeared in five games amid the Giants injury crisis and has caught six passes.
"He's just got that 'it' factor to be a starting quarterback," Rudolph told Duggan. "He's just a great leader overall."
According to Bundy, if you dropped one of Webb's passes, he won't laugh at your jokes.
"In the beginning, if I dropped a pass, he would look at me with a scolding face," Bundy said. "After that it was like, 'This guy does not want to lose.' So I want to catch all of his passes. Sometimes even at lunch, if you drop one of his passes, he won't even really laugh at your jokes. So you want to make sure you're in his good graces."
Bundy, like Rudolph, believes that Webb has that elusive "it" factor.
"Davis doesn't like to lose," Bundy said. "So somebody who doesn't like to lose kind of has that 'it' factor. I call it the 'X factor.' The factor that no matter what's going on, you've got to get it done. He's a finisher."