About five weeks ago it appeared as if the tank was on for the Giants as they went into their bye week at 1-7.
Yet they are 3-1 since then and have a chance at finishing the season at a respectable 8-8.
The Giants are playing much better football of late and have certainly shown some progress from last year's debacle of a season that resulted in a 3-13 record and the mid-season firings of head coach Ben McAdoo and GM Jerry Reese.
Yet, with virtually no chance of reaching the postseason, many still believe that winning games is hurting the Giants because a better draft pick would be more valuable.
SNY's Ralph Vacchiano explores whether or not changing the culture to a winning mentality is more valuable than positioning for a better draft pick.