The New York Giants are finished.

Odell Beckham Jr. returned to the lineup but the offense was awful again in a 24-10 home loss to Detroit on Monday night. Eli Manning looks so uncomfortable under pressure that he took a sack without getting hit.

It's time to start the rebuilding process and prepare for 2018.

Well, wait. Were they saying the same thing last year when the Giants were 2-3? They finished 11-5 and went to the playoffs.

Remember when the Giants lost four straight games to fall to 6-6 in 2011? They finished 9-7 and won the Super Bowl.

Yes, there's trouble in North Jersey. But Big Blue isn't done yet. The Giants have been resilient under Manning. The NFC East doesn't have a dominant team and New York (0-2) would be in a four-way tie for first place with a win at Philadelphia (1-1) next Sunday and losses by Dallas and Washington.

Here are more overreactions following Week 2:

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OVERREACTION: The Bengals have the worst offense in NFL history.

REALISTIC REACTION: Zero touchdowns in two home games is terrible, but Cincinnati still has talented players.

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OVERREACTION: Tom Brady is better at 40 than at 30.

REALISTIC REACTION: He threw 50 TD passes in 2007.

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OVERREACTION: Carolina's defense looks like the '85 Bears.

REALISTIC REACTION: Check back after they play an average QB because Brian Hoyer and Tyrod Taylor don't qualify.

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OVERREACTION: Old running backs will be extinct soon. DeMarco Murray got benched. Eddie Lacy was inactive. LeGarrette Blount didn't get a carry.

REALISTIC REACTION: Marshawn Lynch is 31 but he's not going anywhere.

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OVERREACTION: The Vikings won't win without Sam Bradford.

REALISTIC REACTION: They play the Browns in October.

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OVERREACTION: Jacoby Brissett is no better than Scott Tolzien.

REALISTIC REACTION: Not close but it doesn't matter because neither is Andrew Luck.

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OVERREACTION: Blake Bortles should not be a starting QB in the NFL.

REALISTIC REACTION: There's a shortage of quality QBs. Case Keenum, Josh McNown and Brian Hoyer also started.

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OVERREACTION: The Buccaneers showed they're a legit contender.

REALISTIC REACTION: They beat the Bears.

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OVERREACTION: Carson Wentz commits too many turnovers to be an elite QB.

REALISTIC REACTION: Brett Favre threw more interceptions than anyone in history.

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OVERREACTION: Trevor Siemian is the next great quarterback.

REALISTIC REACTION: Get in line behind Wentz, Jameis Winston and Marcus Mariota.

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OVERREACTION: The NFC West is up for grabs.

REALISTIC REACTION: Seahawks (1-1) are still the class of the division despite an ugly 12-9 win over San Francisco following a loss to Green Bay.

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OVERREACTION: Younghoe Koo won't attempt another kick for the Chargers after missing a game-winning field goal one week after missing a game-tying try.

REALISTIC REACTION: He gets at least one more game.

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OVERREACTION: The Chiefs and Falcons are headed toward a Super Bowl matchup.

REALISTIC REACTION: Don't cancel the season. New England, Denver, Oakland, Pittsburgh, Green Bay, Dallas, and Seattle are legitimate contenders.

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