CBS: 5 - The four-game winning streak speaks volumes about this team. So does coming back from a 10-0 deficit at Dallas on Monday night. Eli Manning and his passing game are cooking.
ESPN: 9 - Giants make an argument as the best team in the NFC through Week 7.
Fox Sports: 5 - New York's offense is operating at a very high level right now with no end in sight. The Giants are looking like one of the NFL's most complete teams from both sides of the ball. QB Eli Manning is performing at a pretty high level, but he has to be better with the football. Those three interceptions against Dallas could have been very costly against a better team
NFL Fanhouse: 7 - They keep knocking out quarterbacks, which is the second-best strategy they've come up with this season. The best is playing in the NFC, because they really don't look to have many challengers for the title of top team in the conference at the moment. It's a long season, of course, but the NFC doesn't appear to be getting any better.
Sports Illustrated: 3 - We've all been searching for an NFC team to anoint as the conference's pacesetter, and with four consecutive wins, the Giants are the obvious choice. New York has settled on a very innovative formula for victory. The Giants don't just beat you, they knock out your quarterback, thereby rendering you as less of a threat even after the loss. Tony Romo joins the likes of Carolina's Matt Moore, Detroit's Shaun Hill, and Chicago's Jay Cutler and Todd Collins as NFC quarterbacks who have not gone the distance against New York and its multifaceted pass rush.
Not much to complain about here, but let's give it a go anyway. Again, it's ESPN with the lowest ranking, at #9. The Texans still above the Giants, even though the Giants won the head to head matchup and Demeco Ryans is out for the year? Hogwash! Also, the Falcons at #5 seems a bit high to me. But maybe that's what ESPN was when they made these rankings. Heyo!