New England had little to say on the trading front in the immediate aftermath of Monday’s 24-23 loss to the Atlanta Falcons.
The Patriots lost their fifth straight game and sixth in seven days and coach Bill Belichick said he’s “no longer in the market” for players.
He did say he’s still “looking at other options,” and noted that the Patriots are “trying to get back to the business of winning.”
The Patriots (5-8) are one of only three teams with five or fewer losses in the past eight games.
The Colts (7-6) are also the only team with five losses in their past eight.
While New England is not expected to be a significant threat to the Giants in the NFC South, it could be an interesting move to trade up to snag a quarterback.
New England finished seventh in the NFL in passing yards per game last season and could use a quarterback to step in and compete for the division title.