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Week 10 NFL Power Rankings: Where Giants stand midseason

SMITH-BELTON-CROWDER

The Giants are fresh off their bye week at 6-2, the franchise's best start in a decade.

The team now enters the second half of the season and will get things started with back-to-back home games against the Houston Texans and Detroit Lions, who have a combined record of 3-12-1. After the Week 11 matchup against the Lions, the Giants enter a pivotal stretch of their schedule and face NFC East opponents in four consecutive weeks, starting with a Thanksgiving Day matchup against the Cowboys.

Check out where the Giants stand in the Week 10 NFL power rankings below:

NYG: No. 6

Movement: (-)

Comments: "With two games still to play against the Eagles, they can make things interesting in the division and in the conference." -- Mike Florio

NFC East: No. 1 Eagles (previously 1), No. 4 Cowboys (4), No. 18 Commanders (17)

Top 5: Eagles, Vikings, Chiefs, Cowboys, Bills

NYG: No. 7

Movement: (-)

Comments: "The Giants got a bye to recuperate after losing at the Seahawks. They need to find a way to generate more offense around Daniel Jones and Saquon Barkley. They also need to clean up their run defense." -- Vinnie Iyer

NFC East: No. 1 Eagles (1), No. 5 Cowboys (6), No. 18 Commanders (19)

Top 5: Eagles, Bills, Chiefs, Vikings, Cowboys

NYG: No. 9

Movement: (-)

Comments: "Given the state of the NFC, the Giants probably can go 3-6 the rest of the way and still make the playoffs." -- NBC Sports Staff

NFC East: No. 1 Eagles (1), No. 4 Cowboys (5), No. 22 Commanders (23)

Top 5: Eagles, Chiefs, Bills, Cowboys, Ravens

NYG: No. 9

Movement: (-)

NFC East: No. 1 Eagles (1), No. 5 Cowboys (5), No. 19 Commanders (18)

Top 5: Eagles, Chiefs, Vikings, Bills, Cowboys

NYG: No. 11

Movement: (-)

Comments: "Barkley is back to rookie year form; his 1.1 rushing yards over expectation matches his performance from 2018." -- Jordan Raanan

NFC East: No. 1 Eagles (2), No. 5 Cowboys (4), No. 18 Commanders (19)

Top 5: Eagles, Chiefs, Bills, Vikings, Cowboys

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