The Dallas Cowboys and the New York Giants stand on the field in the third quarter after several banks of stadium lights went out on November 14 2010 at the New Meadowlands Stadium in East Rutherford New Jersey. The Cowboys defeated the Giants 33-20. (Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images)

NFL Power Rankings, Week 11: Giants, Jets Both Go Backwards

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NFL Power Rankings, Week 11: Aggregate Rankings for Jets, Giants

Everybody has a different opinion when it comes to NFL Power Rankings. That’s why I love the aggregate work done by Real Clear Sports, compiling rankings from nine major mainstream and fan outlets and coming up with an average ranking.

When it comes to Week 11 NFL Power Rankings here is how the New York teams fared.

The New York Jets ended up third in the aggregate rankings. Rex Ryan’s team got first-place votes (really?) from FOX Sports and the Sporting News, and fourth-place votes from SB Nation, AOL Fanhouse and USA Today. Overall, that places them third behind New England and Atlanta.

The New York Giants dropped to ninth overall after a 33-20 loss to Dallas. The received a fourth-place vote from FOX, which must be using the ‘throw out the lowest score’ theory. The Giants were placed 10th by and SB Nation (thanks a lot, folks at the mothership!).


NFL Power Rankings, Week 11: New York Teams Tumble

Both the New York Giants and New York Jets lost ground in the SB Nation Week 11 NFL Power Rankings.

The Giants (6-3) dropped from seventh to 10th in the rankings following Sunday’s 33-20 loss to Dallas.

Here is SB Nation’s current take on the Giants:

The Giants fell to the Cowboys, 33-20, but that doesn’t make them a bad team. I’d prefer to look at the first eight games, and not the last one, as more of an indication of who this team is. They have stiff competition with the Eagles in the NFC East.

The Giants and Eagles are tied atop the NFC East and meet Sunday. Philadelphia, incidentally, is No. 5 in the power rankings after thrashing Washington Monday night, 59-28.

The Jets &-2) dropped one spot from No. 3 to No. 4 after Sunday’s 26-20 overtime victory over the Cleveland Browns.

Here is SB Nation’s take on the Jets, who host the Houston Texans this week:

This team is rolling now as they’ve won seven of eight including an OT victory over the Browns last week. It’s looking more and more like that Dec. 6 game against the Patriots will have huge division implications.

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