Philadelphia Eagles 2019 schedule: NFL Week 7 Power Rankings

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16. . 4-1. Previous: . Buffalo Bills. 9. team

Once upon a time, in one of the greatest cinematic presentations ever, Ice Cube’s Friday, a young Craig Jones lost his job without even showing up for work. Fast forward almost 25 years, and the Buffalo Bills, one of the NFL’s longest-running laughing stocks, have catapulted themselves into the top ten of many an NFL Power Ranking, including this one, and they did so on their week off.

Sometimes things are out of mind when they’re out of sight, and that may be the case here. Still, with one of the best young signal-callers in the game, a stout defense, and a tough home atmosphere this team could pick up some steam if they start racking up some quality wins.

. 3-3. Previous: 6th. Los Angeles Rams. 10. team. 51

Ladies and gentlemen, this is no longer the team that represented the NFC in the most recent Super Bowl. The Rams are a huge mess, and there are no signs that things will improve. Not only that, a team that’s a mess in pass coverage just traded Marcus Peters to the Baltimore Ravens in exchange for linebacker Kenny Young.

Sure, the Rams needed a linebacker, but they probably didn’t need to trade another one of their best players on defense to get him. Common sense says that this really isn’t a top ten team, but it just feels wrong to move them at this point.

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That Tampa Bay Buccaneers loss was ugly, but their other two losses came at the hand of quality teams. Unfortunately for them, those were losses to divisional opponents.

The Rest of the top 15: 11. Carolina Panthers 12. Baltimore Ravens 13. Chicago Bears 14. Detroit Lions 15. Philadelphia Eagles

Week 7 ought to be very interesting.