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Where do Giants stand in latest Power Rankings?

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*Power Rankings are coming in from around the country followng Week 9 of the NFL season: *


NEWS
> [Cover 3: Underrated Performances](http://www.giants.com/news-and-blogs/article-1/Cover-3-Underrated-performances-vs-Eagles/3cde7c71-a543-40a7-9b3b-35c2c59622a2)
> [Anatomy of a Play: Art of deception](http://www.giants.com/news-and-blogs/article-1/Anatomy-of-a-Play-Art-of-deception/9236d9d8-7341-4e2c-a4a7-3674c12bd1c9)
> [Rookies ignite Giants vs. Eagles](http://www.giants.com/news-and-blogs/article-1/Upon-Further-Review-Rookies-ignite-Giants-vs-Eagles/e9407b45-2f6a-4262-a814-9d7080be64eb)
PHOTOS
> [Giants.com hands out Game Balls](http://www.giants.com/photos/photos/Giantscom-hands-out-game-balls/f7bc6424-bdf3-4d24-98b4-d081ea931ebc)
VIDEOS
> [Sights and Sounds: Giants vs. Eagles](http://www.giants.com/videos/videos/Sights-and-Sounds-Giants-vs-Eagles/fec6f570-04e0-4ded-9a9e-70d6ceefd30e)


NYG: 9
Movement: Up 8
NFC East:  No. 2 Cowboys, No. 9 Giants, No. 10 Eagles, No. 15 Redskins
NFL Top 5: No. 1 Patriots, No. 2 Cowboys, No. 3 Chiefs, No. 4 Falcons, No. 5 Raiders
Comments: "That's why teams elect to pay big money to make over one side of the ball in free agency. Or, at least, that's why the Giants spent mucho dinero on the unit that doesn't salsa dance after scores. Steve Spagnuolo's defense wasn't perfect Sunday, but the clutch end-game save -- along with a pair of fourth-down stops in the first half -- won the contest for Big Blue. On another note, nice to see Sterling Shepard get involved in the offense again, especially on the easy pitch-and-catch that gave the Giants a two-score lead in the third quarter." – Elliot Harrison

NYG: 9
Movement: Up 4
NFC East:  No. 2 Cowboys, No. 9 Giants, No. 13 Redskins, No. 17 Eagles
NFL Top 5: No. 1 Patriots, No. 2 Cowboys, No. 3 Chiefs, No. 4 Falcons, No. 5 Raiders
Comments: "Eli Manning and the offense got it going against the Eagles and they are 5-3 because of it. Up next is a tough game with the Bengals." – Pete Prisco

NYG: 12
Movement: Up 10
NFC East:  No. 2 Cowboys, No. 12 Giants, No. 13 Redskins, No. 18 Eagles.
NFL Top 5: No. 1 Patriots, No. 2 Cowboys, No. 3 Raiders, No. 4 Seahawks, No. 5 Falcons
Comments: "56.4: Odell Beckham Jr. is averaging 84.5 receiving yards per game and is catching 56.4 percent of his targets this season, both the lowest of his career.
68.6: The 5-3 Giants haven't been as reliant on Beckham this season, as QB Eli Manning is completing 68.6 percent of his passes to all others, the highest rate of the Beckham era." – ESPN Staff

NYG: 9
Movement: Up 8
NFC East:  No. 2 Cowboys, No. 9 Giants, No. 12 Redskins, No. 18 Eagles
NFL Top 5: No. 1 Patriots, No. 2 Cowboys, No. 3 Falcons, No. 4 Seahawks, No. 5 Saints
Comments: "They're in position to solidify playoff push and might even creep up on Dallas as their next three opponents have combined five wins." – USA TODAY Staff

NYG: 13
Movement: None
NFC East: No. 2 Cowboys, No. 11 Redskins, No. 13 Giants, No. 15 Eagles
NFL Top 5: No. 1 Patriots, No. 2 Cowboys, No. 3 Chiefs, No. 4 Raiders, No. 5 Seahawks
Comments: "Rashad Jennings is the Giants' leading rusher this season. He has 168 yards and is averaging 2.6 yards per carry. In related news, the Giants are averaging 68.2 rushing yards per game, dead last in the NFL." – Frank Schwab

NYG: 8
Movement: Up 4
NFC East:  No. 2 Cowboys, No. 8 Giants, No. 14 Redskins, No. 16 Eagles
NFL Top 5:  No. 1 Patriots, No. 2 Cowboys, No. 3 Falcons, No. 4 Seahawks, No. 5 Chiefs
Comments: "The Giants came off their bye to beat a reeling Eagles team at home, which may not sound that impressive, but it was a big win for their confidence." – Cameron DaSilva

NYG: 10
Movement: Up 4
NFC East:  No. 2 Cowboys, No. 10 Giants, No. 16 Redskins, No. 18 Eagles
NFL Top 5: No. 1 Patriots, No. 2 Cowboys, No. 3 Raiders, No. 4 Chiefs, No. 5 Falcons
Comments: "Don't look now but the Giants have emerged as the primary challenger to the Cowboys in the NFC East. They've won three straight games and they face the struggling Bengals, Bears and Browns the next three weeks." – Mark Maske

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