After Sunday's last-second loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers dropped the Giants to 0-4, New York reportedly saw its playoff odds diminish to around 1 percent.
The Giants, who lost 25-23 on Nick Folk's game-winning field goal as time expired, had a 4.4 percent chance at making the playoffs, according to Football Outsiders, and now they are around 1 percent, according to ESPN Stats & Info, via the New York Daily News' Pat Leonard.
"We have to figure this out fast, because we're so far in a hole that it's hard to see," cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie said, according to Leonard.
New York entered the season with Super Bowl expectations, as they returned a strong defensive core from last season's team that won 11 games and were a wild-card team.
Instead, the Giants have been outscored 95-60 this season and lost the past two games on game-winning field goals as time expired.
"I would've never thought we'd be 0-4," wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. said, according to the New York Post's Mike Vaccaro. "But that's what our record is. You can't cry about it. We just have to get that first win and go from there."
Only the San Francisco 49ers, Cleveland Browns and Los Angeles Chargers, who play the Giants next week at MetLife Stadium, remain winless this season.
"We feel like s---, excuse my language but we do, everybody does," linebacker Jonathan Casillas said, according to Leonard. "It's gonna feel like this for a while. People always say it's a 24-hour rule. It might be a little longer than that. No one ever predicted for us to do anything like that. It's gonna be really hard to swallow this one."
The Giants on Sunday allowed 434 total yards to Tampa Bay, including 59 on the Buccaneers' final drive that set up Folk's 34-yard field goal. New York ranks 30th in points per game (15) and 31st in rushing yards per game (59.2), and has yet to record an interception this season.
"I have gone the other direction. I've started 0-6," offensive lineman Justin Pugh said, according to Leonard. "So it's gotta be we come in, we keep working, we get one win and we get rolling."