The New York Giants suffered another defeat on Sunday, falling to 1-7 on the season with a 51-17 loss to the Los Angeles Rams. With the receiving corps hit hard by injuries and much of the roster struggling, head coach Ben McAdoo is considering making changes to give some other players the opportunity to prove themselves and show that they should be a part of the Giants future.

That would include the quarterback position, a bit of a surprise considering the fact that starter Eli Manning has led the Giants to two Super Bowl titles in his career. But the task of addressing the team’s future at quarterback has been a point of conversation for the Giants since the offseason, and that chatter has picked up as the team’s struggles have continued.

When asked if the quarterback spot was included in his considerations for possible changes, McAdoo made it clear that all positions will be evaluated, saying the potential decision “includes everybody.”