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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 following Week 11


NEWS
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> [Giants get big gains on ground](http://www.giants.com/news-and-blogs/article-1/Upon-Further-Review-Big-gains-on-the-ground/6e086f44-3c4b-45ca-8d97-4b7e97089d04)
> [Clutch sack caps JPP's big day](http://www.giants.com/news-and-blogs/article-1/JPP-caps-big-game-vs-Bears-with-clutch-sack/8df8e17d-5193-4942-8e14-6beea3546661)
PHOTOS
> [Giants.com hands out Game Balls](http://www.giants.com/photos/photos/Giantscom-hands-out-game-balls/d975308e-aebd-47d0-b327-634644f26d10)
VIDEOS
> [Sights and Sounds: Giants top Bears](http://www.giants.com/videos/videos/Sights-and-Sounds-Giants-defeat-Bears/856257b0-4f76-4b1a-8303-5b8237752785)


NYG: 5
Movement: Up 2
NFC East: No. 1 Cowboys, No. 2 Giants, No. 9 Redskins, No. 14 Eagles
NFL Top 5: No. 1 Cowboys, No. 2 Seahawks, No. 3 Patriots, No. 4 Raiders, No. 5 Giants
Comments: "Encouraging signs from the Giants Sunday despite the slow start. First, Landon Collins is the real deal. Can he get some NFL Defensive Player of the Year burn (along with Marcus Peters)? Secondly, the ground game was not just a theoretical concept, with 102 yards against a run defense that had been playing well. Then there was rookie Sterling Shepard, who outproduced the player who needs no more hype, with five receptions for 50 yards and a tug." – Elliot Harrison

NYG: 6
Movement: Up 1
NFC East: No. 1 Cowboys, No. 6 Giants, No. 10 Redskins, No. 17 Eagles
NFL Top 5: No. 1 Cowboys, No. 2 Patriots, No. 3 Raiders, No. 4 Broncos, No. 5 Seahawks
Comments: "They've won five straight games. But how good are they? They should make it six against Cleveland." – Pete Prisco

NYG: 6
Movement: Up 10
NFC East: No. 1 Cowboys, No. 6 Giants, No. 9 Redskins, No. 15 Eagles
NFL Top 5: No. 1 Cowboys, No. 2 Seahawks, No. 3 Patriots, No. 4 Raiders, No. 5 Broncos
Comments: "Have the Giants ever fallen this far under the radar? They have the second-longest active win streak in the NFL (5 games, tied with the Dolphins) and have a great chance to extend the streak this week against the winless Browns." – ESPN Staff

NYG: 7
Movement: Up 1
NFC East: No. 1 Cowboys, No. 7 Giants, No. 9 Redskins, No. 14 Eagles
NFL Top 5: No. 1 Cowboys, No. 2 Seahawks, No. 3 Patriots, No. 4 Raiders, No. 5 Broncos
Comments: "Somehow, some way the Giants just keep on winning. They finally got on the positive side in point differential (plus-4) thanks to their victory over the Bears, despite the fact that Chicago had a good chance of beating New York on Sunday. The defense is making up for the offense's inefficiency by creating turnovers and sacking the quarterback. Eli Manning needs to protect the ball better, and the running game has to improve." – Cameron DaSilva

NYG: 6
Movement: Up 2
NFC East: No. 1 Cowboys, No. 6 Giants, No. 9 Redskins, No. 19 Eagles
NFL Top 5: No. 1 Cowboys, No. 2 Seahawks, No. 3 Patriots, No. 4 Raiders, No. 5 Broncos
Comments: "The Giants did some sleepwalking but did what was necessary to beat the Bears. Up next, they get a pseudo-bye week, playing at Cleveland this weekend, before things get serious again."—Mark Maske

NYG: 10
Movement: Down 1
NFC East: No. 1 Cowboys, No. 9 Redskins, No. 10 Giants, No. 16 Eagles
NFL Top 5: No. 1 Cowboys, No. 2 Seahawks, No. 3 Patriots, No. 4 Falcons, No. 5 Raiders
Comments: "One reason they've been able to string five wins together? Revamped defense hasn't allowed 100 rushing yards in any of those outings." – USA TODAY Staff

NYG: 10
Movement: Up 1
NFC East: No. 1 Cowboys, No. 7 Redskins, No. 10 Giants, No. 15 Eagles
NFL Top 5: No. 1 Cowboys, No. 2 Patriots, No. 3 Seahawks, No. 4 Raiders, No. 5 Broncos
Comments: "Another note on the Giants: This isn't Eli Manning's best work. His touchdown rate, yards per attempt and passer rating are significantly down from the last two seasons, and his interception rate is up. You can't even justify hyping the Giants by assuming Manning will carry them. He's been OK, but not great. Kind of like the Giants as a whole." – Frank Schwab

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