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Week 11 NFL Power Rankings: How high did Giants climb?

LEONARD-WILLIAMS

After defeating the Houston Texans, the Giants are now 7-2 and off to their best start since they were 8-1 in 2008.

The Giants will welcome the Detroit Lions (3-6) to MetLife Stadium this Sunday. Following the matchup against Detroit, Brian Daboll's squad will enter a pivotal stretch of their schedule in which they face NFC East opponents in four consecutive weeks (Cowboys, Commanders, Eagles and Commanders).

Three of their next four games will take place in East Rutherford. Following Sunday's win, the Giants are now 4-1 at home this season, the first time they've won more than three games in MetLife since they were 7-1 in 2016.

Check out where the Giants stand in the Week 11 NFL power rankings below:

NYG: No. 4

Movement: Up 2

Comments: "Quietly, steadily, methodically, they just keep rolling." -- Mike Florio

NFC East: No. 3 Eagles (previously 1), No. 7 Cowboys (4), No. 16 Commanders (18)

Top 5: Vikings, Chiefs, Eagles, Giants, Dolphins

NYG: No. 7

Movement: Up 4

Comments: "The Giants' starting quarterback, an impending free agent, has played the best football of his career. Jones is eighth in the NFL with a 60.2 QBR. That's almost eight points higher than his career average. Jones has also seemingly solved his turnover problem. His four turnovers are the second fewest among quarterbacks who have started all their teams' games this season." -- Jordan Raanan

NFC East: No. 2 Eagles (1), No. 9 Cowboys (5), No. 17 Commanders (18)

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

NYG: No. 8

Movement: Down 1

Comments: "The Giants do what they need to do to take advantage of weaker opponents with the defense, running game and just enough big pass plays from Daniel Jones. Brian Daboll remains in the coach of the year conversation." -- Vinnie Iyer

NFC East: No. 1 Eagles (1), No. 10 Cowboys (5), No. 15 Commanders (18)

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

NYG: No. 9

Movement: (-)

NFC East: No. 1 Eagles (1), No. 7 Cowboys (5), No. 17 Commanders (19)

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

NYG: No. 10

Movement: Up 2

Comments: "The fact that the Giants are only three-point favorites over the Lions at home in Week 11 but still -310 to make the playoffs is very representative of their season." -- Austin Gayle

NFC East: No. 1 Eagles (1), No. 8 Cowboys (6), No. 18 Commanders (24)

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

View photos from the Giants' Week 10 win over the Houston Texans.

NYG: No. 11

Movement: Up 1

Comments: "Saquon Barkley is carrying this team right now as they keep looking like a playoff team. Brian Daboll has done a great job." -- Pete Prisco

NFC East: No. 2 Eagles (1), No. 8 Cowboys (5), No. 17 Commanders (18)

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

NYG: No. 11

Movement: Up 1

Comments: "I think the Giants may end up being this year's version of the Bengalsโ€”a team that is perfectly suited, within the context of current roster and schematic trends, to make a run. They have a durable ground game and are excellent at creating opportunities within 5-10 yards of the line of scrimmage." -- Conor Orr

NFC East: No. 3 Eagles (1), No. 8 Cowboys (4), No. 20 Commanders (25)

Top 5: Vikings, Bills, Eagles, Chiefs, 49ers

NYG: No. 11

Movement: Up 2

NFC East: No. 1 Eagles (1), No. 6 Cowboys (4), No. 18 Commanders (23)

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

NYG: No. 13

Movement: (-)

Comments: "The Giants continue to drive through their best player -- the NFL's leading rusher and Comeback Player of the Year favorite -- Saquon Barkley." -- Dan Hanzus

NFC East: No. 1 Eagles (1), No. 8 Cowboys (4), No. 17 Commanders (25)

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

NYG: No. 14

Movement: Down 1

NFC East: No. 2 Eagles (1), No. 8 Cowboys (4), No. 18 Commanders (21)

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

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