This week Giants.com takes a look at the top 10 receivers in franchise history based on number of receptions:
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Even though the Giants were idle, there was still some movement in the power rankings this week.
Here’s a look at what outlets across the nation are saying about the 6-4 Giants and how they stack up in our weekly roundup:
Comments: Voters include Gil Brandt, Bucky Brooks, Charley Casserly, Heath Evans, Daniel Jeremiah, Michael Lombardi, Willie McGinest, Shaun O’Hara, Gregg Rosenthal, Darren Sharper, Kurt Warner, Brian Webber, Steve Wyche.
NFC East: No. 15 Cowboys (previously 14), No. 18 Redskins (21), No. 27 Eagles (23)
Comments: “I’m not sure a 9-7 team makes the playoffs this year unless they win their own division, and that may be the case for the Giants. But then again, it seemed to work out pretty well for them last year.” – Brian Billick
NFC East: No. 17 Cowboys (16), No. 18 Redskins (20), No. 28 Eagles (22)
Comments: “They better hope the offense got a nice little tuneup during the bye week. It has to produce more.” – Pete Prisco
NFC East: No. 16 Cowboys (16), No. 19 Redskins (26), No. 25 Eagles (22)
Comments: “They’re back from the bye with the Cowboys suddenly in the rearview mirror. Is Eli’s arm up to the task?” – Dan Graziano
NFC East: No. 16 Cowboys (15), No. 18 Redskins (21), No. 27 Eagles (24)
Comments: “The Giants just had a bye, and there suddenly are concerns about whether they can win their division and surge into the playoffs. Manning and Tom Coughlin also are under pressure. Guess what? That’s when they start playing like champs.”
NFC East: No. 13 Cowboys (14), No. 18 Redskins (23), No. 28 Eagles (24)
Comments: “Time for Eli to be Eli.” – Hank Gola
NFC East: No. 14 Cowboys (15), No. 19 Redskins (24), No. 27 Eagles (25)
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The views expressed in this article are not of the New York Football Giants but those of an independent Fantasy Expert.
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