Broncos top latest NFL Power Rankings as Giants slide

Wide receiver Brandon Stokley of the Denver Broncos

Wide receiver Brandon Stokley of the Denver Broncos turns to run and avoid a tackle by cornerback Buster Skrine of the Cleveland Browns after Stokley caught a pass intended for wide receiver Eric Decker, who deflected the ball. (Dec. 23, 2012) (Credit: Getty )

Peyton Manning is back atop the football world. Or, at least, Bob Glauber's NFL power rankings.

The 12-3 Denver Broncos, led by the veteran signal-caller, top the latest NFL power rankings after a 34-12 win over the Cleveland Browns. The Atlanta Falcons move one spot up to No. 2, while the surprising Seattle Seahawks jump up four spots to third place.

The Giants are the biggest losers, falling five spots to No. 16 after a 33-14 loss to the Baltimore Ravens.

Click here to check out how the rest of the rankings stack up.

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