Davis Webb has unexpectedly become one of the most-discussed Giants in recent weeks, with many calling for him to see the field in the second half of the season. The logic: The Giants are going nowhere at 1-6, Eli Manning is 36 and the team might be in position to select a quarterback high in next year's NFL Draft. They might as well see what Webb can do before making any decisions. But head coach Ben McAdoo and general manager Jerry Reese have quickly shot down the possibility when asked, and the rookie certainly isn't about to rock the boat either. "My job is to help our team win this week," Webb told NJ Advance Media when asked for his reaction to the speculation. "That's all I worry about, and I don't read any of that. I've got plenty of other stuff I've got to worry about." Webb has yet to dress for a regular season game, and is not expected to suit up for Sunday's home game against the Rams. The third-round pick out of California had some positive moments during the preseason, completing 18-of-34 passes for 190 yards in limited snaps. He also led the Giants on a game-winning drive (capped by an Aldrick Rosas 48-yard field goal) in the preseason finale against the Patriots.