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2022 NFL Power Rankings: Philadelphia Eagles

Throughout the 2022 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 post-Super Bowl 56 roundup for the Eagles in our consensus 2022 NFL Power Rankings.

ESPN -- Rank: 19

Offseason in three or fewer words: In building mode

That's the term general manager Howie Roseman used at his end-of-season news conference; a step forward from 2021, which was described by team brass as a transition year. The Eagles have 10 picks in April's draft, including three first-rounders, and over $20 million in cap room to play with. Those resources will be used to elevate the level of talent around the likes of Jalen Hurts, DeVonta Smith and Dallas Goedert. -- Tim McManus

NFL.com -- Rank: 16

The Eagles rode a soft schedule to a playoff berth in what was a successful transition year for the organization. Now's the time to make a move. GM Howie Roseman enters the offseason with 10 picks in April's draft, including three first-rounders, and more than $20 million in projected cap space. That's enough ammo to make key improvement on both sides of the ball, but special attention should be given to an offense that still needs more playmakers around Jalen Hurts. Speaking of Hurts, the second-year QB underwent ankle surgery this month and should be ready for the start of OTAs.

CBS Sports -- Rank: 12

They have plenty of good, young players and a lot of draft picks. They can continue their upward climb with Jalen Hurts at quarterback.

USA Today -- Rank: 14

A surprise postseason entry -- even if Philadelphia didn't look ready for the Super Bowl tournament -- this roster stands to get much better with the three first-round picks lined up for this spring's draft.

The Athletic -- Rank: 14

Philadelphia dropped just one spot from our post-Week 18 rankings, but it's hard to feel too excited about the Eagles after they were dominated by the Buccaneers in the wild-card round of the playoffs. Sneaking into the playoffs and getting blown out once there shows just how much further the Eagles need to go to be a real contender. That should force the hard conversations about the state of the roster, and most importantly, what coach Nick Sirianni wants to do at quarterback.

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