At 1-7, the second half of the New York Giants 2018 season is all about progression and building for a much nicer football future.
The New York Giants and their fans were hopeful that with the upgrades the team made in the offseason via the draft and free agency that they team would be vastly better than the team that finished 3-13 a season ago.
But unfortunately, the Giants are in the same exact position with their season over before Halloween.
The Giants are now 4-20 over their last 24 games and are clearly in rebuild mode.
Rebuilds are never easy and ownership, along with general manager Dave Gettleman, must make tough and fundamentally sound decisions to ensure the rebuild happens as quickly as possible.
The first part of the rebuild starts with the final eight games of the 2018 season. Here are three things to watch for in the second half of the Giants season: