Despite general manager Dave Gettleman’s recent plea to the fans to trust his process, not many people are high on the New York Giants at the moment.

Coming off a 5-11 season, the Giants ended up letting go of two of their best players on each of the ball — Landon Collins departed via free agency, signing with the Washington Redskins, while wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. was traded to the Cleveland Browns.

In Elliott Harrison most recent power rankings, the Giants are placed at 27th among the 32 teams, dropping from their previous spot of 19th.

“It appears kicking nets are now safe on the Giants’ sideline. The Giants traded their best player in OBJ, but while Twitter was quick to anoint the team a disappointment, and the team deserves to drop in these rankings, don’t ignore the quality players the organization acquired last week. Golden Tate, Jabrill Peppers, and Kevin Zeitler can play. When and if Markus Golden is right, the difference between he and Olivier Vernon at this stage of their respective careers is close to negligible. Meanwhile, I sure like Eli Manning and all, but I’m looking forward to the day a Giants discussion centers around somebody else. I’ll take Matt Dodge at this point. Anybody got any Ron Dayne stories? I miss “Thunder and Lightning.”

They really had to bring Matt Dodge up, huh? Low blow.

It’s hard to argue with Harrison’s placement of the Giants given that they are not only coming off a 5-11 season, but are a combined 8-24 over the last two seasons, will have another top 10 pick in the upcoming NFL Draft and just lost two of their best players.

Right now, there’s a lot of uncertainty surrounding the Giants as a whole, and it’s hard to blame anyone for being down on them right now.