Instead of contending, the Giants are 1-6 and in the midst of a fire sale. With all that's going on around him, Odell Beckham Jr. was asked Thursday if he still would have re-signed with the Giants if he knew this was coming.
"I don't really know," Beckham said. "It's not really re-sign. ... I could have been here for another three years. It's hard to think about now and it's really irrelevant to think about now because I'm here and I will be here."
Asked about whether he's second-guessing signing the extension, Beckham said "no," adding "I just wish we had a better recod than where we at."
Beckham's tone on Thursday was different from one he took a few weeks ago before the Giants' season was this much of a mess.
During his now infamous interview with ESPN -- when he didn't back Eli Manning when asked if the Giants have a quarterback problem -- he also danced around the question of whether he was happy in New York.
Whether he's happy or not with his choice to sign an extension, Beckham either wants to stay or realizes he has no choice right now.
With the Giants dealing Eli Apple and Damon Harrison, and more moves possible before the Oct. 30 trade deadline, dealing Beckham isn't viewed as something that's feasible or sensible at this point.
Instead, Beckham will remain as others around him are shipped off. And he understands why the Giants are selling pieces off.
"It's a business," he said. "As hard as waking up and seeing some of those things are, it's the business side of all this. All we can do is keep going."