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Power Rankings: Where do Giants rank?

After their 38-0 loss to the Carolina Panthers this past Sunday, the Giants fell to 0-3 on the season with another road game against the Kansas City Chiefs (3-0) coming up on the schedule.

As far as the NFC East is concerned, New York and Washington remained winless while Philadelphia's second straight loss dropped the Eagles to 1-2.  Dallas leads the division at 2-1.

With the third week in the books, takes a look at power rankings coming in from outlets across the country.

Down 5Comments:
"Before the Giants can prevail in a "must win" game, they must score." – Mike FlorioNFC East:
No. 14 Cowboys (previously 16), No. 19 Eagles (15), No. 27 Giants (22), No. 29 Redskins (26)Top 5:
Broncos, Seahawks, Ravens, Saints, Patriots

Down 7Comments:
"What has happened to this team? They look lost. Can they save their season at Kansas*City?" – Pete PriscoNFC East: * No. 9 Cowboys (13), No. 20 Eagles (18), No. 29 Giants (22), No. 30 Redskins (27)*Top 5: *
Broncos, Seahawks, Patriots, Saints, Dolphins

Down 5Comments:
"The Giants are 0-3 for the first time since 1996 and the 38-point loss to the Panthers is the team's worst loss in the Tom Coughlin era." – Brian BillickNFC East:
No. 11 Cowboys (14), No. 20 Eagles (19), No. 28 Redskins (26), No. 29 Giants (24)Top 5:
Broncos, Seahawks, Patriots, Bears Bengals

NYG: 29
Movement: Down 9
Comments: "The Panthers sacked Eli Manning seven times Sunday, third most in Eli's career. New York's 13 turnovers lead the league, a total it didn't hit until Week 10 last year." -- ESPN Stats & Information
NFC East: No. 15 Cowboys (15), No. 23 Eagles (19), No. 27 Redskins (24), No. 29 Giants (20)
Top 5: Seahawks, Broncos, Saints, Bears, Patriots

NYG: 28
Movement: Down 3
Comments: "As we were typing this blurb, Ted Ginn caught yet another touchdown pass, making it 159-6, Carolina. Throw the game film away, Tom Coughlin. Just do it." -- Elliot Harrison
NFC East: No. 12 Cowboys (14), No. 20 Eagles (17), No. 26 Redskins (24), No. 28 Giants (25)
Top 5: Seahawks, Broncos, Patriots, Saints, Bears

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