It would seem that the New York Giants would be wise to do nothing at the trade deadline, which is quickly approaching on October 30.
They have won four of their last five games and sit alone atop the NFC East after a dominant victory over the San Francisco 49ers last Sunday. They also appear to have shored up the weakest units on their team, the secondary and offensive line, in recent weeks.
Against the 49ers, Big Blue picked off the usually mistake-free Alex Smith three times and have not allowed a 300-yard passer since Tony Romo accomplished the feat in Week 1. Not to be outdone, the offensive line has not given up a sack in three games and has helped fuel a rushing attack that's accumulated 392 yards over the last two weeks.
Prosperity, however, should not deter the Giants from exploiting the depth they currently enjoy on offense at the deadline. Here are some trades the Giants can make before Halloween Eve with an eye on the future.