The end draws nigh and it's simply a matter of "when" not "if". The Giants have dropped two-straight, losing in week two to the surging Bills, 28-14, after being rolled by the Cowboys in week one, 35-17. In Manning's defense, he has produced 556 yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions in the two games, but the Giants have been playing from behind and are devoid of any energy or spark. Simply put, they aren't competing for a playoff spot and have little to lose by fast-tracking rookie, Daniel Jones', status and development, though timing will be hotly debated. With tilts vs. the Buccaneers (1-1) and the Redskins (0-2) looming before the Patriots (2-0) in week five, the Giants will need to thread-the-needle as to when to drop the inevitable axe on Manning's starter status. The 38 year-old Eli Manning, currently found as DLF's QB37, is best served only as an emergency fantasy quarterback in deep-roster dynasty leagues.