Wednesday, July 1, 2015

Philadelphia Eagles #15 in ESPN's Future Power Rankings

Eagles Drop Significantly in ESPN's Future Power Rankings, Falling from Number 8 in 2014 to Number 15 in 2015

WE"RE....number 15.....
You have to be an ESPN Insider to read the entire article, but it is worth your time if you are an NFL fan.  Here is an excerpt regarding the Birds:

15. Philadelphia Eagles

2014 record: 10-6 (2nd in NFC East)
NFC East future rank: 2nd
Overall score: 69.6

The bar graphs reflect the average rating given by the voters for each category. Category averages are weighted by importance to generate overall score.

Addition of Sam Bradford,  Subtraction of Nick Foles leads to Significant Drop in Eagles Future Power Rankings According to ESPN Poll

Can Sam Bradford Stay Healthy, and Thus Improve the Eagles Future Prospects?
I guess it's pretty obvious - while those polled believed the Eagles have dramatically improved their Front Office (Howie OUT - Chipper IN), they also believe that Sam Bradford represents a significant downgrade from Nick Foles.  I guess, it is all about Bradford's health, because it appears to be the unanimous view that, if healthy, Bradford is far superior to Foles....

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Here are some other interesting results from the rankings:

*  The Packers, Seahawks, Patriots were 1-3 in NFL Future Power Rankings

The Pack and the Hawks - our road travels through Green Bay or Seattle.  Not easy.

Tough and....
Tougher Still...

*  The Dallas Cowboys Are Number 6 in ESPN's 2015 Future Power Rankings

Makes me ill.  But, at least we have this:

*  The Giants and Redskins are Numbers 20 and 27 in 2015 ESPN Future Power Rankings

The New York Football Giants -
Come Up Small in Future Rankings
OK, well, the hated Cowgirls are well ahead of the Eagles, but the Gints and Deadskins are far behind, so we have that, at least.  One need only to make the playoffs to have a chance at a The Ring, after all.  
Condition Not Expected to Improve Any Time Soon
*  The Kansas City Chiefs are Number , and the Indianapolis Colts Number 16 in the 2015 Future Power Rankings of NFL Teams Published by ESPN

Need More Than Luck

Not Quite, Big Red
Big Red has the Chiefs going in the right direction and, despite Andrew Luck, the Colts are behind the Eagles.

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