The Giants, of course, have won two straight games and even at 2-6 it's obvious they feel the have a chance in the NFC East. The 4-4 Dallas Cowboys lead the division, just two games ahead of the Giants with eight to play.
We discussed potential suitors for Nicks on Monday. Let's revisit potential trade scenarios as the deadline looms.
The Indianapolis Colts are one of the teams prominently mentioned, but Stampede Blue says the Colts don't have the cap room to add Nicks.
It will take an aggressive offer for them to give up Nicks. With his so-so play, the Giants are building better leverage to bring him back on their terms when he's a free agent in 2014. Watch out for the 4-3 Panthers pulling the shocker for their hometown product. Carolina already was a good partner for the Giants in the Jon Beason trade.
We will know for sure in a few hours if Nicks will remain a Giant for the remainder of the 2013 season. Right now, that is looking like the case.