Perhaps the Giants may land Oregon QB Justin Herbert after all.
The junior quarterback was reportedly leaning toward staying at Oregon for his senior season and foregoing the 2019 NFL Draft but he shot down that story on Tuesday.
"I haven't thought three seconds about it," he said, per Bri Amaranthus.
Herbert, 20, is considered the top quarterback by many entering next year's draft. He has thrown for 1,883 yards and 18 touchdowns to five interceptions through seven games this season, which has the Ducks at 5-2 in the Pac-12.
The Giants, meanwhile, dropped to 1-6 after a 23-20 loss to the Falcons on Monday night and the offense continued to struggle with Eli Manning under center.
The 37-year-old quarterback has one year remaining and is dealing with a porous offensive line, but the writing is on the wall that the Giants need his successor in place and Herbert will be a likely target for them as they seemed destined for a high pick in the 2019 draft.