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NFL Week 10 Power Rankings

The Giants have wrestled away top spot from the Chargers in the NFL Power Rankings after posting five straight wins and a 4-1 record ATS.

New York also boasts the No. 2 offense in the league, and they should be primed for a big week against the awful Cowboys, a team they have dominated against the spread. The Monday nighter features several story lines, but the No. 3 Eagles against the No. 24 Redskins represents one of the biggest power ranking margins of the week. [ Get all the NFL odds here ]

1. NY Giants (2) – During their current five-game winning the streak the Giants have outscored their opponents 161-75.

2. San Diego (1) – With no Antonio Gates, Malcom Floyd, Buster Davis, or Legedu Naannee last week the Chargers still somehow passed for 295 yards and four touchdowns.

3. Philadelphia (3) – The Eagles are 3-0 SU when Michael Vick starts and finishes a game this season, but only 1-2 ATS.

4. New Orleans (8) – After starting the season 0-5 ATS the Saints have covered in three of their last four games.

5. NY Jets (4)  - Since covering the spread in five straight the Jets are 0-2 ATS in their last two games.

6 Atlanta (6) - The Falcons are in first place in the NFC South, but get a big test on Thursday  night when the Ravens fly into Atlanta.

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7. Oakland (7) – After winning three straight SU and ATS the Raiders are true contenders in the AFC West.

8. Baltimore (11) –  Both of the Ravens' losses this season have come on the road as they visit Atlanta on Thursday night.

9. Indianapolis (5) – The Colts get the Bengals at home this week where they're 3-0 SU and ATS this season.

10. Minnesota (14) – Brett Favre pulled one out of the fire for Minnesota last week, but the Vikings have still lost three straight ATS.

11. Green Bay (15) –  After destroying the Cowboys last week the Packers have won and covered the spread in three straight.

12. Pittsburgh (9) – The Steelers face New England this weekend, and in their last seven against the Patriots the OVER is 6-1.

13. Kansas City (12) – The Chiefs are 1-2 ATS this season as the favorite and 4-1 as the underdog.

14. St. Louis (13) – Coming out of their bye week the Rams have won three in a row and six of their last seven games ATS.

15.Tennessee (16) –  Coming off their bye the Titans look to improve on their 3-1 ATS road record this week at Miami in Randy Moss' Tennessee debut.

16. Cincinnati (17) – The Bungles have lost five in a row both SU and ATS and the losing could continue this weekend when they travel to Indianapolis.

17. Chicago (20) –  The five teams the Bears have beat this season are a combined 10-31, and the only one with a winning record is Green Bay.

18. Miami (10) –  The Dolphins have lost five in a row at home, during which they're 1-4 ATS.

19. Houston (23) – After a promising start to the season it's been downhill fast for the Texans, who are 1-3 SU and 0-4 ATS in their last four games.

20. Detroit (22) – Believe it or not the Lions have actually won five in a row  and seven of their last eight ATS.

21. Cleveland (27) – Peyton Hillis and the Browns are for real after back-to-back upsets over the Saints and Patriots in which Hillis rushed for 253 yards and three touchdowns.

22. San Francisco (24) – Troy Smith gets another crack at the starting QB job after leading the 49ers to a win in London.

23. Tampa Bay (19) –  The Buccaneers may have lost to Atlanta last week, but they've still beat the spread in six straight on the road.

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24. Washington (25) – Will Rex Grossman replace Donovan McNabb again this week if the game is in the balance late?

25. Dallas (18) – Betting on the 1-7 (SU & ATS) Cowboys right now is equivalent to flushing your money down to toilet.

26. New England (21) –  Last week's loss to Cleveland snapped the Patriots' five-game winning streak, and they could be headed for a skid with Pittsburgh and Indy coming up.

27. Denver (26) – The Broncos have dropped four in a row SU and ATS.

28. Buffalo (28) –  The Bills have lost by three points in three straight games, going 2-0-1 ATS in the process.

29. Jacksonville (31) –  After passing for 260 yards and four touchdowns last time out against Dallas can David Garrard keep it up this week versus the Texans' league-worst defense?

30. Carolina (30) –  With Matt Moore done for the season don't be surprised if that one in the Panthers' win column stays there the whole season.

31. Seattle (29) – The Seahawks have only four wins SU and six wins ATS in their last 20 road games.

32. Arizona (32) – The Cardinals still have a chance since their remaining opponents went a combined 19-37 in the first half of the season.

Power rankings are calculated using a special algorithm that includes a combination of offensive stats, defensive stats, and strength of schedule. By the numbers...

Team     Power    SoS   Adjusted Power
NY Giants   203.26   0.42  85.75
San Diego   145.97   0.55  79.97
Philadelphia   116.92   0.52  61.16
New Orleans 104.27   0.45  47.24
NY Jets  105.51   0.45  47.08
Atlanta  90.29    0.49  44.45
Oakland  77.8     0.45  35.17
Baltimore   76.43    0.45  34.63
Indianapolis   54.81    0.54  29.36
Minnesota   48.8     0.52  25.14
Green Bay   59.47    0.42  24.78
Pittsburgh  36.15    0.57  20.57
Kansas City 35.37    0.41  14.47
St. Louis   15.96    0.42  6.77
Tennessee   7.08     0.5   3.54
Cincinnati  5.5      0.58  3.18
Chicago  -2    0.37  -1.26
Miami    -14.54      0.54  -6.71
Houston  -24.05      0.52  -11.61
Detroit     -30.61      0.6   -12.25
Cleveland   -44.49      0.65  -15.74
San Francisco -34.12 0.52  -16.54
Tampa Bay   -40.49      0.48  -21.18
Washington  -53.22      0.49  -27.02
Dallas      -64.03      0.57  -27.58
New England -53.23   0.43  -30.3
Denver   -77.04      0.57  -33.19
Buffalo  -106.2      0.65  -37.58
Jacksonville   -101.75  0.42  -59.48
Carolina -139.43  0.53  -66.05
Seattle  -161.23  0.47  -85.5
Arizona  -193.6      0.55  -86.69