ARLINGTON, Texas — Nothing to see here.
The Giants are not worth your time, not worth your energy and not worth your attention.
They took their hideous traveling road show into the heart of Texas and got smoked like a piece of brisket, except instead of a savory aroma all that came out of the Giants was the stench of lousy football.
A season that has spiraled out of control took another wrong turn and the time has come to declare the Giants as the worst team in the NFL this season.
They did nothing right and everything badly in a moribund 49-17 loss to the Cowboys inside AT&T Stadium and overmatched, undrafted quarterback Tommy DeVito is only part of the sad tale this franchise is telling.
The Giants dropped to 2-8 with their third consecutive loss, swept in terrible fashion in the two-game season series with the Cowboys.
Adding in the 40-0 rout in Week 1, the Cowboys outscored the Giants 89-17 in the two games.
There is no hope, no sign of life, no hint of improvement and no reason to believe any coach, player or front office executive anticipated this astonishing dearth of competitive play the year after the 2022 team actually won a playoff game.
In the past two weeks, the Giants have been outscored 79-23.