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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Josh Allen, #17, Buffalo Bills, Justin Reid, #20, Kansas City Chiefs (Photo by Jason Hanna/Getty Images) /

Kansas City Chiefs. 3. team. 124. . 5-2. Previous: 2nd

NFL Power Rankings: The elite tier

The Kansas City Chiefs offense remains as high-powered as ever. They’re ranked second in the NFL in total yards per game (403.3). They’re ranked first in points (31.9). The Chiefs’ offense is also first in the NFL in red zone scoring percentage as they have scored touchdowns on 76.7% of their red zone trips.

Despite suffering two losses, they seem lightyears ahead of the one-loss Vikings, and easy arguments can be made for them being seen as the NFL’s best team.

16. . 6-1. Previous: 3rd. Buffalo Bills. 2. team

Despite leading the league in yards per game and being ranked second in the NFL in points per game, the Buffalo Bills won’t top this list as they do on so many others.

It simply comes down to this. The Philadelphia Eagles are the one team in the NFL this season that has not made the major mistake that has cost them a game.

Josh Allen is phenomenal and, no doubt, an MVP finalist in waiting. He leads the NFL in total touchdowns (21) even though the Bills have only played seven games during the regular season’s eight weeks.

The Bills have been running over their opponents. They boast the highest point differential in the league (+105), and if they can maintain their level of play, they will represent the AFC in the next Super Bowl.