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The game will be an important match-up for both of these teams, as with no team in the division over .500 the winner of the East could come down to who plays the best within the division. The Eagles have already gotten off to a good start in the division, winning in Washington, while the Giants lost in Dallas, meaning a loss to the Eagles would set the Giants even further back to 0-2 within the division.
The Big Blue View Power Rankings have both teams ranked in the bottom 10, with the Eagles ranked at No. 24 and the Giants at No. 29. SB Nation's version of the rankings gives a little less respect to the Eagles and a little more respect to the Giants, with the Eagles coming in at No. 25 and the Giants at No. 28.
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