The NFL regular season officially gets underway tomorrow night when the Green Bay Packers take on the Seattle Seahawks, and that signifies a number of things including the start of NFL Power Rankings. And while some companies and newspapers have been running them since the onset of training camps, most have waited for Week 1.
Let's take a look, shall we?
|This Week||Last Week||Change||Notes|
|Bleacher Report||20||20||No Change||N/A|
So no real major surprise, the Giants are poorly rated across the board. Their highest ranking game via Bleacher Report (No. 19), while their stock rose in a grand total of zero Internet-wide Power Rankings. They average in the mid- to low-20's and given their first-team preseason performance(s), that seems to be a fitting placement.
Expect to see drastic changes across the board following the conclusion of Week 1 when we get to see what each team really has to bring to the table.
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- New York Giants Ranked 19th in ESPN’s Post-NFL Draft Power Rankings
- FOX Sports Lists New York Giants No. 13 in “Likability Power Rankings”
- NFL Network Lists New York Giants’ Tom Coughlin No. 5 Overall in “Head Coach Power Rankings”
- NFL Secondary Power Rankings: New York Giants Listed No. 4 Overall