PHILADELPHIA - OCTOBER 03: Donovan McNabb #5 of the Washington Redskins meets with head coach Andy Reid of the Philadelphia Eagles after their game on October 3 2010 at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia Pennsylvania. The Redskins defeated the Eagles 17-12. (Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images)
SBNation.com's ranks slide them down 3 spots to #14, but still ahead of the Redskins. Why? Because you lost a game where your starting QB was injured doesn't necessarily mean you're a bad team...
It's a good thing that the rest of teams in the NFC East aren't playing consistently good football. The Eagles have to be kicking themselves for last week's loss to the Redskins. The injuries continue to pile up on offense, so it will be interesting to see if Philadelphia can overcome them
Just to show how subjective these ranks are early in the season, the 2-2 New York Giants are #11 in the Fox ranks.
CBS has the Eagles dropping two spots to #15 ahead Dallas and New York.