World Rankings: NZ take a big hit
NEWS: New Zealand have lost two full rating points after their 29-40 defeat to Ireland at Soldier Field in Chicago.
The All Blacks conceded 40 points for only the fifth time in history as the inspired Irish recorded their first-ever win over the All Blacks in 111 years of trying.
Steve Hansen's side are now just a fraction over five points clear of nearest rivals England following the loss of the two full rating points.
A gain of two rating points has lifted Ireland up one place to fifth place, on 83.67 points, while Argentina climb three to sixth after their convincing 54-20 win over an experimental Japanese side.
Nicolas Sanchez marked his return to the No.10 jersey in style with a personal haul of 29 points, which included two tries.
Ireland and Argentina move above Wales who are now down to seventh following their dispiriting 8-32 defeat at the hands of Australia. Australia, in third, have increased their lead over South Africa in fourth to a fraction over two points.