NFL Power Rankings: Eagles gain on Dallas despite Cowboys victory

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. . San Francisco 49ers. 12. team. 42.

Inconsistency isn’t a trait that Eagles have all to themselves.

Welp! The Bengals could have done the Birds a huge solid by taking care of business versus San Francisco They didn’t, and now, Philadelphia isn’t just looking up at the 49ers, they’re also hoping for them to lose at least twice down the stretch because of their home loss to them in Week 2.

. . . Buffalo Bills. 11. team. 16

The Buffalo Bills look less and less like that Super Bowl contender that we were told they’d be all offseason. They don’t run the ball. They’re predictable on offense, and now, they’re trying to get Josh Allen killed. Perhaps you’ve noticed, but the Bills have lost two straight games and three of the last four.

Indianapolis Colts. 10. team. 46. . .

Once Carson Wentz starts and finishes Week 15’s game versus the New England Patriots, it’s a safe bet that mathematically, we can assume, regardless of what happens the rest of the way, he’ll finish the regular season having played 75% of the snaps as the starting quarterback for the Indianapolis Colts.

That helps the Eagles out a ton. Let’s see if Indy can help themselves out by beating the Pats.

. Tennessee Titans. 9. team. 35. .

There’s no Derrick Henry, and by the looks of things, the Titans are still one of the AFC’s best teams. They aren’t anyone’s Super Bowl pick, but Tennessee is still a force to be reckoned with.