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Do you agree with where the Giants are ranked in latest NFL Power Rankings?

Photos of the Giants 2015 official roster

Who knew the final whistle of Super Bowl XLIX was just the start of all the action in the NFL?

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Since then, the league has buzzed with hirings, firings, signings, releases and trades. And we're not even a month away from the draft yet.

Many of those moves are sure to affect the pecking order in 2015, which NFL.com sorted through in its latest offseason power rankings.

One week into the league calendar, the Giants came in at No. 24, one spot ahead of the Chicago Bears and one behind the San Francisco 49ers. Meanwhile, the defending champion New England Patriots were unseated by the Super Bowl runner-up Seattle Seahawks for the top spot.

"Mentioned this at the NFL Network studios the other day, but why not the Giants in the NFC East in 2015?" NFL Media analyst Elliot Harrison wrote. "What if Dallas has trouble running the ball with DeMarco Murray gone and Run DMC giving them, like, seven games? What if the Sam Bradford experiment fails miserably for the Eagles? Just saying. No matter what transpires in pro football's big-name division, Big Blue has to get a safety and some help on both lines."

Here's a look at how the NFC East shook out:

No. 6 Dallas Cowboys
No. 11 Philadelphia Eagles
No. 24 New York Giants
No. 27 Washington Redskins

And now the top 10 in the NFL:

No. 1 Seattle Seahawks
No. 2 New England Patriots
No. 3 Green Bay Packers
No. 4 Indianapolis Colts
No. 5 Arizona Cardinals
No. 6 Dallas Cowboys
No. 7 Pittsburgh Steelers
No. 8 Denver Broncos
No. 9 Kansas City Chiefs
No. 10 Detroit Lions

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