Eagles continue to slide in latest USA Today NFL Power Rankings

Glenn Erby
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The Philadelphia Eagles are 3-6-1 on the season and in the midst of five straight matchups against NFC powers that could determine their season.

First up is a matchup with the Seattle Seahawks.

As the Eagles begin preparation for Russell Wilson and their NFC West rivals, they continue to slide, and in the latest USA Today Power Rankings, Philadelphia dropped three spots to No. 29.

29. Eagles (26): Carson Wentz owns two seasons with a QB rating exceeding 100.0. Yet the NFL turnover leader (18) hasn’t cracked the century mark in any of his 10 2020 starts and has been below 80 seven times.

Only the Bengals, Jaguars, and Jets are playing worse, and those three franchises are all in the midst of massive rebuilds.


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