I figured I would go around and see where the Eagles are ranked, we can also talk about what problems you have with the rankings from each site if you want
5. Philadelphia Eagles (LW: 13, 2-0): Two one-point wins is a good reminder that point differential doesn't matter in the NFL. The schedule becomes a very real issue soon: at Arizona, New York Giants, at Pittsburgh, Detroit, Atlanta at New Orleans.
7(LW 12) Eagles The defense looks fantastic. If they stop turning it over, the Birds can be as good as anyone.
4(LW 8) Eagles It took awhile, but Mike Vick found a way to get it rolling against the Ravens. That was a good defense he carved up.
7(LW 14) The Eagles are off to the most deceptive 2-0 start in NFL history, with nine turnovers in eight quarters and a pair of one-point fourth-quarter comeback wins against AFC North teams. The glass is definitely half full in Philly, but the glass is a little cracked and leaking water, too. This is not a formula for victory that can sustain itself for long, and I think the Eagles realize that. Style points do count in these here power rankings, and that's why Philadelphia is still a few slots behind Baltimore, even with a head-to-head win over the Ravens.
4(LW 8) Nine turnovers in just eight quarters doesn't seem to be a winning formula, but the Eagles are 2-0 and lead the league in total yards. Obviously, Vick will need to eliminate the interceptions and be much more efficient in the red zone.
Average rank: 5.4
My problem this week: Why are the Patriots ranked so high in some of them? In a couple of them they are ranked top 5, I know they weren't going to drop anything below 15 but that's just insane to have them that high. It seems like we got punished more for beating the Browns by one then they did losing to the Cardinals at home.