Where Howie Roseman landed in a power ranking of all 32 NFL GMs

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NFL team decision-makers are not exempt from seeing their stock rise and fall like the Nasdaq, and as Eagles general manager Howie Roseman prepares for another NFL draft, his status among his peers has seemed to take a hit.

Roseman was once considered one of the top GMs in the NFL, but over the past few years, his draft-day decisions have caused a slide in general manager rankings.

Around this time last April, Roseman was ranked among the worst executives in football, and that was one year after another top-5 ranking.

In a recent ranking from NFL.com’s Greg Rosenthal, Roseman landed in the middle of the pack, garnering an average ranking.

14) Howie Roseman, Philadelphia Eagles. Like Bill Belichick, Roseman badly needed a rebound after a string of mostly shaky drafts — and the Eagles GM got it with DeVonta Smith, Landon Dickerson, and Milton Williams. The Jalen Hurts pick also looks pretty good now; Philadelphia got league-average starting-quarterback play from a second-rounder on a rookie contract. There have been some massive ups and downs in Roseman’s reign, but he’s settling in here just above average, like the Eagles’ nine-win seasons in three of the last four years.

Brandon Beane of the Bills and Les Snead of the Rams landed at the top of the list, with the Steelers, Packers, and Chiefs landing in the top-5.

Signing the 2018 class to contract extensions is a feather in Roseman’s cap, but the 2019 selection of J.J. Arcega-Whiteside and the 2020 selection of Jalen Reagor have dragged the Eagles’ general manager down a peg after he passed on Pro Bowl wide receivers in back-to-back NFL drafts.

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