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NFL power rankings, Week 17: Giants in bottom 10

Where do the Giants fall in our last power rankings of 2015?

Brace Hemmelgarn-USA TODAY Sports

The 2015 season is almost over.

In fact, this is the last power ranking of 2015. We'll probably have another one next week, but that's not until next year.

As usual, these rankings are a Big Blue View original and are formed by overall record, division rankings, and a general sense of where the team is headed. We are also including each team's chances of making the post-season, according to TeamRankings.com. For the most part, the postseason berths are already locked up, but there are a few that have come down to the last week of the season.

The Rankings

1) Arizona Cardinals (13-2, 100%)

2) Carolina Panthers (14 -1, 100%)

3) New England Patriots (12-5, 100%)

4) Denver Broncos (11-4, 100%)

5) Cincinnati Bengals (11-4, 100%)

6) Kansas City Chiefs (10-5, 100%)

7) New York Jets (10-5, 59.8%)

8) Green Bay Packers (10-5, 100%)

9) Minnesota Vikings (10-5, 100%)

10) Seattle Seahawks (9-6, 85.2%)

11) Pittsburgh Steelers (9-6, 40.2%)

12) Houston Texans (8-7, 89.7%)

13) Atlanta Falcons (8-7, 14.8%)

14) Washington Redskins (8-7, 100%)

15) Oakland Raiders (7-8, 0.0%)

16) St. Louis Rams (7-8, 0.0%)

17) Buffalo Bills (7-8, 0.0%)

18) Indianapolis Colts (7-8, 10.3%)

19) Tampa Bay Buccaneers (6-9, 0.0%)

20) Detroit Lions (6-9, 0.0%)

21) Philadelphia Eagles (7-8, 0.0%)

22) Chicago Bears (6-9, 0.0%)

23) New York Giants (6-9, 0.0%)

24) Jacksonville Jaguars (5-10, 0.0%)

25) New Orleans Saints (6-9, 0.0%)

26) Miami Dolphins (5-10, 0.0%)

27) Baltimore Ravens 5-10, 0.0%)

28) Dallas Cowboys (4-11, 0.0%)

29) San Francisco 49ers (4-11, 0.0%)

30) San Diego Chargers (4-11, 0.0%)

31) Tennessee Titans (3-12, 0.0%)

32) Cleveland Browns (3-12, 0.0%)