Originally posted on Inside The Iggles  |  Last updated 10/18/11
Finally, we have a little movement in this week’s rankings after two weeks of each team holding firm in their spots.What did we learn this weekend? The Redskins’ early season success came to a crashing thud, the Cowboys can’t get out of their own way, and the Giants are a flawed, but resilient football team. As for the Eagles, the jury is out–but they are still breathing. And at this point, I’ll take it. The Giants are the class of the division after Sunday's 27-24 over the Bills. 1. New York Giants (4-2): I find it amazing that the Giants are undisputedly the best team in this division through six weeks. The Giants’ defense allowed Ryan Fitzpatrick to complete over 66% percent of his passes and throw for two touchdowns. What’s more troubling for New York is that the Bills gained 6.7 yards per carry, highlighted by Fred Jackson’s 80-yard sprint.The Giants give up too many big plays on defense. Jackson’s run and Naaman Roosevelt’s (who the hell is Naaman Roosevelt, by the way?) 60-yard touchdown
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