Found August 07, 2012 on 60 Max Power O:
Here it is, our NFL Preseason Power Rankings. The Preseason has officially kicked off, and we are less than a month away until the regular season begins. Several teams have greatly improved, while others have done the exact opposite. Where do the defending Super Bowl and AFC Champions land?   1. New York Giants   Division: NFC East | Last Season Record: 9-7 Analysis: Many people believe the Giants have a serious shot to repeat as Super Bowl champs. "Elite" Manning now has a second Super Bowl win under his belt, and many key players return. The Giants have done a pretty good job replacing departed players, and on paper, they may have the best roster in the NFL. Manning should have another big season as he has some new weapons at his disposal in Rueben Randle and Martellus Bennett. Defensively, the Giants will get after the quarterback, boasting a great rotation of pass rushers. If the Giants can stay healthy this season, they could be the favorites to not on...
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  • My GMen just need to stay healthy. It sure would be nice to not have so many early season injuries that immediately have you at a disadvantage.

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