The New York Giants have yet to decide on the future of Eli Manning in 2019.

Dave Gettleman met with Manning on Monday for a long, "no holds barred" conversation.

“It was a very honest and up-front conversation,” Gettleman told reporters. “… We’re trying to build sustained success. That takes brutal honesty and tough decisions.”

Manning has always been an inconsistent quarterback and generally struggled in 2018 compared to peers in his age group.

“He still can make the NFL throws. He’s still got it, that part,” Gettleman said.

The Giants own the sixth overall pick a year after passing on a number of quarterbacks with the No. 2 pick.