NFL Power Rankings: Eagles gain on Dallas despite Cowboys victory

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24. team. 28. . . . Las Vegas Raiders

The Eagles lost to the Raiders and beat the Falcons. Here’s where they stand.

It looked like the Las Vegas Raiders were ready to take the next step, especially when they throttled the Eagles in Week 7, but they’ve morphed back into what they’ve been for almost two decades.

They’re a once-proud franchise with one of the best fan bases, but they always seem to be missing something. And now, it appears that they’ll miss the playoffs… again.

. . Miami Dolphins. 23. team. 59.

The Miami Dolphins sat idle in Week 14. They’re also the winners of five straight, and that streak figures to continue in Week 15. After all, they’re playing the Jets.

22. team. 44. . . . Atlanta Falcons

The Eagles’ Week 1 win versus the Atlanta Falcons seems like it was last season. Now, we all know that isn’t true, and the Falcons are a better team than they were in September. Still, they’re still looking up at Philadelphia in the race for a Wild Card spot.

. Pittsburgh Steelers. 21. team. 55. .

This version of the Pittsburgh Steelers doesn’t resemble one that we’ve ever seen before. They never seem to be prepared for battle. They fall asleep behind the wheel on defense more than you’d expect them to, and here’s the big one. When this season is over, they may have a losing record. That’s never happened under Mike Tomlin.