Philadelphia Eagles

1st NFC East | 3-0
  • Passing Yards
    250.3 PYPG
  • Rushing Yards
    119.3 RYPG
  • Total Yards Per Game
    369.7 YPG
  • Philadelphia Eagles Jeffrey Lurie approval poll: September 2016
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    Philadelphia Eagles Jeffrey Lurie approval poll: September 2016

    Today we begin a series of approval polls to mark this moment in Eagles franchise history, September 2016, when franchise confidence may be at its highest mark in years. Who knows if it’s misguided? Only the future, for certain. But it feels right to start these polls, and to mark this moment, with an assessment of CEO and Chairman Jeffrey Lurie. The last time we polled Lurie’s approval rating was in May. We questioned Lurie when he hired Doug Pederson, and to be fair, it felt like a reasonable thing to question. Plenty of new head coaches have never been in charge of an NFL team before, but Pederson had never even been in charge of his own offense when in Kansas City. Andy Reid still ostensibly

  • Chiefs jump up two spots in latest power rankings
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    Chiefs jump up two spots in latest power rankings

    After Sunday’s impressive blowout victory against the New York Jets, the Kansas City Chiefs have jumped up two spots in USA TODAY’s latest power rankings. The Chiefs were previously at the 15 spot but are now sitting at 13. Here’s what the power rankings had to say about the 2-1 team: “They scored one TD apiece on offense, defense and special teams Sunday — good way to stay afloat while Jamaal Charles and Justin Houston mend.” Meanwhile, the Jets dropped from 14 to 17 after the loss against Kansas City. The 13 spot is reasonable for the Chiefs, a team that is still finding its footing. A win over the Steelers in Pittsburgh next week could bring the team into the top 10. The Steelers are currently

  • Giants fall six spots in USA TODAY power rankings following loss to Redskins
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    Giants fall six spots in USA TODAY power rankings following loss to Redskins

    It’s been quite the roller-coaster ride for the New York Giants in the USA TODAY power rankings since the start of the regular season. Initially, the Giants started at No. 15 and then rose three spots to No. 18 after a season opening win against the Dallas Cowboys. Then, following a defeat of the New Orleans Saints, they shot up the USA TODAY board eight spots to No. 10. Needless to say, the extremes continued for Big Blue following a 29-27 loss to the Washington Redskins in Week 3. They’ve now been dropped six spots to No. 16 courtesy of USA TODAY. Their expensive new defense has played much better so far, but more four sacks and one turnover aren’t sufficient number of splash plays. It certainly