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 two teams heading in opposite directions tier

The Indianapolis Colts will undoubtedly be searching for another quarterback during the 2023 offseason, and now there’s another issue. It feels like Frank Reich’s tenure may be nearing its end.

In 2021, the Colts’ offense ran through Jonathan Taylor as they kept the football out of Carson Wentz’s hands as often as possible. In 20220, nothing has gone right. There is hope, but the Colts are playing their way out of contention.

42. . 4-4. Previous: 11th. San Francisco 49ers. 17. team

The San Fransisco 49ers’ midseason trade for running back Christian McCaffrey sent shockwaves throughout the NFL landscape. It may even be remembered as one of the moves that sparked one of the busiest NFL trade deadlines we’ve seen.

McCaffrey has instantly gone to work on Kyle Shannahan’s offense. In two games, he already has over 200 total yards as well as a passing, rushing, and receiving touchdown.

The 49ers have a star-studded offense with some of the most versatile players in NFL history all working under one of the most outside-the-box systems in NFL history. Jimmy Garappolo has also done a nice job keeping San Fran afloat as he’s tossed 11 touchdowns versus only four interceptions.