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Where do Giants stand in latest Power Rankings?

After an impressive 24-10 road win in Buffalo on Sunday, the Giants (2-2) have successfully dug themselves out of an early 0-2 hole. This week, the Giants return home for a Sunday Night Football matchup with the San Francisco 49ers (1-3). The 49ers have lost three straight games and rank last in the NFL with just 48 points through the quarter pole. 


NEWS
> [Experts react to win over Bills](http://www.giants.com/news-and-blogs/article-1/Experts-react-to-Giants-24-10-win-over-Bills/6ce5ba4d-db96-4e7f-a47e-9d40722b1e04)
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> [NFC East Roundup: Week 4](http://www.giants.com/news-and-blogs/article-1/NFC-East-Roundup-Week-4-in-the-books/4079f15a-f53c-4275-a59e-36e9537f9e8a)
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The Giants find themselves in a three-way tie for first place in the NFC East heading into Week 5. The Dallas Cowboys (2-2), without Tony Romo and Dez Bryant, have lost two straight, and host the undefeated New England Patriots (4-0) on Sunday. Meanwhile, Washington (2-2) will travel to Atlanta (4-0) on Sunday. The Falcons have a 3-0 record this season against the NFC East. Philadelphia (1-3) will try and right the ship at home against New Orleans (1-3) on Sunday.

With Week 4 of the NFL regular season in the books, Giants.com takes a look at power rankings coming in from outlets across the country:

NYG: 10
Movement: Up 8
NFC East: No. 10 Giants, No. 19 Washington, No. 20 Dallas, No. 24 Eagles
NFL Top 5: Patriots, Packers, Bengals, Broncos, Panthers
Comments: This defense doesn't do anything halfway. No team is allowing fewer yards on the ground. No team is allowing more in the air.

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Gameday photo timeline from Giants Week 4 matchup vs. Bills

NYG: 13 **Movement: Up 13 NFC East: No. 13 Giants, No. 14 Cowboys, No. 20 Eagles, No. 23 Washington NFL Top 5: Patriots, Packers, Bengals, Broncos, Falcons

NYG: 15
Movement: Up 4
NFC East: No. 15 Giants, No. 18 Cowboys, No. 20 Washington, No. 22 Eagles
NFL Top 5: Packers, Patriots, Bengals, Broncos, Falcons
Comments: Sneaky, sneaky, these Giants are. Big Blue is 2-2 and suddenly tied for first place in the NFC East, albeit with a head-to-head loss to the Cowboys. Yet, with the latter starting Brandon Weeden, absorbing numerous injuries and having lost two in a row, New York is in the driver's seat.

NYG: 11
Movement: Up 7
NFC East: No. 11 Giants, No. 15 Washington, No. 19 Dallas, No. 25 Philadelphia
NFL Top 5: Patriots, Packers, Bengals, Broncos, Falcons
Comments: Everyone can dream now in the NFC East. The Giants have followed two should-have-been wins with two actual wins. They are the team to beat in the division. Granted, that's not saying much. But it's a far better spot than the Giants were in two games ago.

NYG: 13
Movement: Up 12
NFC East: No. 11 Cowboys, No. 13 Giants, No. 22 Washington, No. 27 Eagles
NFL Top 5: Patriots, Packers, Broncos, Bengals, Falcons
Comments: Unfortunately, "we should be 4-0" doesn't count as a tiebreaker.

NYG: 13
Movement: Up 2
NFC East: No. 12 Cowboys, No. 13 Giants, No. 19 Washington, No. 22 Eagles
NFL Top 5: Packers, Patriots, Bengals, Broncos, Panthers
Comments: The biggest thing from the victory over the Bills was how well they ran to the football. The defense came up big.

NYG: 15
Movement: Up 1
NFC East: No. 13 Cowboys, No. 15 Giants, No. 22 Eagles, No. 24 Washington
NFL Top 5: Patriots, Packers, Broncos, Cardinals, Bengals
Comments: The Giants have a plus-6 turnover differential this season, tied for second in the NFL. The Giants haven't finished with a positive turnover differential since 2012.

NYG: 11
Movement: Up 5
NFC East: No. 11 Giants, No. 15 Cowboys, No. 20 Washington, No. 21 Eagles
NFL Top 5: Patriots, Packers, Bengals, Broncos, Falcons
Comments: The Giants are playing the best defense they have since the 2011 postseason under new coordinator Steve Spagnuolo. With a quick-hitting offensive scheme that allows Eli Manning to thrive in the pre-snap phase of the game, the Giants can thrive on offense if they stay aggressive when they build a lead.

The Giants broadcast team hand out their game balls after the Giants top the Bills

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