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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NFL Power Rankings: The ‘all we need is one win’ tier

The Green Bay Packers’ less-than-ideal 2022 season continues as their most recent loss was their fourth straight. Aaron Rodgers and company continue to show flashes, but they always seem to sputter.

The defense has top-ten potential on paper, but they give up an average of over 140 rushing yards per game, the fourth worst in the league. Aaron Rodgers has already matched his interception total for 2021, and his 13 touchdowns are only a third of his 37 touchdowns in 2021. Green Bay doesn’t need Rodgers to win an MVP trophy. They just need a spark. They’re running out of time to find one.

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In 2020 and 2021, Kliff Kingsbury and Kyler Murray combined for a 12-3 record during September and October. Unfortunately, they are a combined 7-11 over the past two seasons the rest of the way.

They haven’t even started fast this season, and it feels like things are only going to get worse.

The Cardinals still have not had a player eclipse 300 yards rushing in 2022, and DeAndre Hopkins is already the team’s third-leading receiver despite only appearing in two games. The Cardinals need to find another source of firepower on offense by any means necessary now that the trade deadline has come and gone.