After another busy weekend of championship football, there has been plenty of movement at the upper end of Eoin Sheahan's GAA Power Rankings.
With the number of teams still involved in the competition decreasing in number week by week, the changes took place at the business end of the Power Rankings this week.
Was Dublin's defeat of Meath convincing enough to keep them in top spot? How far should Donegal fall after their Ulster championship exit this weekend?
To answer those questions and more, here's Eoin Sheahan with his GAA Power Rankings.
GAA Power Rankings
Here is a breakdown of the latest Gaelic football Power Rankings from #32 all the way up to #1:
All the changes were taking place in the top-8 of Eoin's GAA Power Rankings this week.
Despite the protestations of Ger, however, Eoin was not for moving on his #1, #2 and #3.
"There was an algorithm when I was looking in whether I could put Kerry top," he explained, "and computer said 'no'."
Arguing that Mayo's impressive defeat of Leitrim in the Connacht championship could have them ahead of Peter Keane's side in the rankings, Eoin remains content to wait another week to make the big change.
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