NFL Power Rankings after two months of action: Where do the Eagles land?

Jason Kelce, #62, Philadelphia Eagles (Photo by Tim Nwachukwu/Getty Images)
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With two months of the 2022 NFL Season behind us, it is time for NFL Power Rankings.

Halloween has come and gone. The same is true about nearly two months of the National Football League’s regular season. As we close the book on October, the Philadelphia Eagles remain pro football’s lone unbeaten team through the first eight weeks of action. It’s time for some NFL Power Rankings.

A win versus the Houston Texans in Week 9 pushes Philly’s record to 8-0 for the first time in franchise history. September taught us a lot about all 32 NFL franchises. We’re beginning to figure out who these teams are.

The Eagles are in the NFL’s upper tier. The questions are about whether or not they’re good enough to contend with the Buffalo Bills or Kansas City Chiefs.

The Houston Texans and Detroit Lions are the only NFL teams with only one win this season. Is there any chance that, on any given Sunday, they can outplay any of the teams that we see as being elite?

For a handful of NFL franchises, it’s almost time to begin preparing for the 2023 offseason. To others, there’s a chance at raising the Lombardi Trophy in February. The Eagles are in that latter discussion, but it appears that they’re still disrespected in some circles.

Let’s stack all 32 teams from bottom to top.