It's funny how quickly perception can change because of one play.
If Corey Webster doesn't come down with an interception near the goal line with just over four minutes to play on Sunday afternoon, there's a good chance that the Giants lose to the Bills and that we're sitting here discussing the bleak future of the Giants.
Instead of being 4-2 and in first place in a mediocre division, they would be 3-3 and stuck in the muck of a division that would look even worse.
One play that takes the Giants from being back page buffoons for the second straight week to being the subject of fawning work from columnists who certainly had the knives out before Webster's pick.
And let's not forget the dropped interception of an Eli Manning pass on third down before the winning field goal when we discuss shifting perceptions as Manning would be skewered instead of praised simply because another player held onto a pass.
Let us not write any grand narratives then about what Sunday's win means about ...