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2020 NFL Power Rankings: Philadelphia Eagles

Throughout the 2020 NFL season, we will compile a consensus NFL Power Rankings that averages the rankings of all 32 NFL teams.

Here is where the Philadelphia Eagles rank in terms of average, best and worst:

Below you will find a Week 12 roundup for the Eagles in our consensus 2020 NFL Power Rankings.

The Athletic -- Rank: 27

Be thankful for: Your memories from the 2017 season. It's hard to come up with anything else for this team. They've been boring to watch for the third straight year. They're old, expensive and bad and have little flexibility to improve the roster for 2021. Maybe Carson Wentz will improve and the coaching staff will figure some things out, but there are no signs of that. Barring a playoff appearance, Eagles fans only have to watch this team six more times. Then they can break out Super Bowl LII on the DVR and remind themselves of a simpler time.

CBS Sports -- Rank: 26

This team can't get anything going this season, even with guys back from injury. Carson Wentz simply isn't getting it done.

USA Today -- Rank: 29

Carson Wentz owns two seasons with a QB rating exceeding 100.0. Yet the NFL turnover leader (18) hasn't cracked the century mark in any of his 10 2020 starts and has been below 80 seven times.

ESPN -- Rank: 22

What they're thankful for: C Jason Kelce

Kelce will start his 100th consecutive game Monday, extending the longest active streak among centers. He will do so in pain, as he suffered an elbow injury against the Browns on Sunday that limited him to the point where his teammates had to buckle his chin strap for him. Yet he continued to play, as he has through so many injuries over his 10-year career. It's part of the reason why he is one of the most revered Eagles of all time. -- Tim McManus

NFL.com -- Rank: 27

It was another lost Sunday for the Eagles offense, but Doug Pederson is not ready to make a move at quarterback. "You're sending the wrong message that your season is over," Pederson said of potentially benching Carson Wentz after a 22-17 loss to the Browns. "We have to work through this. When times get tough, that might be the easy thing to do." The Eagles certainly want to give Wentz every opportunity to succeed after signing him to a four-year extension worth up to $166 million in June of 2019. But why invest a second-round pick in Jalen Hurts if they had no intention of giving him a chance to help the team? Perhaps Hurts hasn't won over the Eagles on the practice field or in the meeting room, but that's all speculation. What we know for sure is the Eagles are a mess on offense and Wentz is a major reason why.

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