After defeating the Washington Redskins, 32-21, on Thursday night, the New York Giants enjoyed a weekend off and watched all the action on Sunday and Monday night like the rest of us.
In the NFC East, Philadelphia picked up its first win, joining Big Blue and Washington among the 1-2 teams. Meanwhile, Dallas lost to Atlanta, the Cowboys' first loss of the year; the Falcons have now beaten three consecutive NFC East teams to start the season.
Buffalo, the Giants' upcoming opponent, improved to 2-1 with a 41-14 victory over Miami.
"They're a good football team," Giants coach Tom Coughlin said of watching the Bills. "Obviously, they are. Defensively, they're very, very good; offensively, they're explosive, powerful, they can throw the ball and have multiple talented guys. They had a heck of a game."
With Week 3 in the books, Giants.com takes a look at power rankings coming in from outlets across the country:
Gameday photo timeline from Giants Week 3 matchup against Washington
NYG:16 **Movement:Up 8 NFC East:No. 11 Cowboys, No. 15 Eagles, No. 16 Giants, No. 26 Redskins NFL Top 5: Patriots, Packers, Broncos, Cardinals, Bengals
Movement: Up 7
NFC East: No. 13 Cowboys, No. 18 Giants, No. 20 Eagles, No. 26 Redskins
NFL Top 5: Patriots, Packers, Cardinals, Broncos, Bengals
Movement: Up 8
NFC East: No. 15 Cowboys, No. 19 Giants, No. 20 Eagles, No. 21 Redskins
NFL Top 5: Packers, Patriots, Cardinals, Bengals, Broncos
NFC East: No. 12 Cowboys, No. 17 Eagles, No. 26 Giants, No. 27 Redskins
NFL Top 5: Patriots, Packers, Bengals, Broncos, Cardinals
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Movement: Up 1
NFC East: No. 8 Cowboys, No. 22 Eagles, No. 25 Giants, No. 29 Redskins
NFL Top 5: Patriots, Packers, Broncos, Cardinals, Bengals
Movement: Up 10
NFC East: No. 11 Cowboys, No. 16 Giants, No. 17 Eagles, No. 27 Redskins
NFL Top 5: Patriots, Cardinals, Packers, Broncos, Bengals
The Giants broadcast team hand out their game balls after the Giants top Washington